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I had this set of 17's on my old truck.

They have just been sitting around for the last couple years. So I took them and ground out all the small nicks that were them and shot them a flat black...I think they look pretty good. Now the 3 needs a good drop to really set them off.




 

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I think it looks alright. Different, but not HORRIBLE! I would put the wheels on opposite sides so they "chop forward". Take the right side and put them on the left, and the left side to the right.
 

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[quote author=i love jdm hoes link=topic=140278.msg3025090#msg3025090 date=1238360753]
I think it looks alright. Different, but not HORRIBLE! I would put the wheels on opposite sides so they "chop forward". Take the right side and put them on the left, and the left side to the right.
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They all twist the same way, so one side will always look different than the other, thats the nature of this style of wheel.
 

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[quote author=rubyred3 link=topic=140278.msg3026207#msg3026207 date=1238410466]
[quote author=i love jdm hoes link=topic=140278.msg3025090#msg3025090 date=1238360753]
I think it looks alright. Different, but not HORRIBLE! I would put the wheels on opposite sides so they "chop forward". Take the right side and put them on the left, and the left side to the right.
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They all twist the same way, so one side will always look different than the other, thats the nature of this style of wheel.
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No they don't. Look at the picture where they are all in the paint booth. The 2 inner wheels match and the 2 outer wheels match.
 
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