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Old 03-12-2016, 05:03 PM   #1
CloudXTC

 
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need some help with wheels situation

Hello everyone... its definitely been a while since ive been active on here... however i do know this is the best place to come for help with my car... i'm looking to get some new wheels and tires for my car ... i live in brampton/toronto... I'm looking for giovanna kilis and new tires...

now i've made a few calls and ive got some options... especially with low canadian dollar getting stuff from the states still seems better.

premiere tire - $3690, staggered 20s with conti tires... installed and out the door... what do you guys think about this option?

i wanted to drive over to the states - get them installed over there and just drive back over... im thinking this would cost less... but i have no idea how to start with finding a place to do it... any ideas?

im just looking for the best option for me - any help will be appreciated... thanks in advance for your help..

Valentino
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Old 03-14-2016, 05:48 AM   #2
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The Conti DWS's I bought locally for my Z were just over $1,700, including tax, installation, tire levy, etc. So comparing that to your $3,700 quote, that would put the wheels at $2,000, which isn't bad. I've been looking for aftermarket wheels that match the Z spec, and the prices for average wheels are between $2,000 and $2,500.
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