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Unread 08-01-2006, 11:01 PM   #1
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I was looking on the Cobaltss forum and some guy had just recently put some Urban Racing Type 10's on his lowered Cobalt. He has the same lowering springs that I just purchased and the same color car. I'm hoping I can get mine to look as nice.

These are the pictures he posted. The rims cost about 600 dollars, and I figure another 500-600 for decent tires.




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not a bad price for rims.

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Dude, I've always really liked those Cobalt,s even though basicly all they are is a nice Cavalier, and those rims look hella nice. 600 bucks isn't bad at all. You don't have to buy expensive rims to looks good, that's about what mine cost when I bought 'em. I say go for it
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Not trying to offend anyone but the Cobalt feels like a Neon, the old cavalier was a better car in my opinion.

But the SS looks nice especially in those wheels ...

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The wife's car is a Cobalt, and it's no Cavalier. It is still GM's econobox, but it's about a million % better in the handling & suspension department than the Cavalier.
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Do it! They look great!
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Are they 3 piece rims? what do they weigh?
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Dude, you should totally get my new rims that I got on my Nissan:



They're called "Stealth" by BBS.

LOL actually those rims are nice I just don't like the black powdercoat on them...like I just don't think black rims stand out as much as nice alloys in natural color.

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LOL at the "stealth" wheels, I will probably end up getting some wheels that look similar to the classic BBS style, but not BBS ( dont want to pay 500+ for a wheel.
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That does look really nice. The red in the middle of the black rims helps too.
Lol be glad you don't live where i live. Your car would get tore up like crazy on out shi**y streets. BTW The car is looking really good. It's a suped up version of my car.....lol
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