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The old girl with 240z wheel caps

Thoughts any one?
I love those wheel caps but some thin whitewalls would top them off
Its a really good choice to use the Z ones
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Yep, love the caps but me personally would go the thin red line on the tire with the white paint and dark wheel trims it would be sweet. If you can get the right offset and lip the guards you should be able to squeeze 215x50x14 ( I had some steelies made to suit years ago on my old sedan). With a 165 on the front it would look tough as.
I think I might have a bit of trouble finding the right offset 14's, the fronts shouldn't be too much trouble 14x 4.5 maybe some bluebird or early skyline rims, but the rear on the other hand. 
The diff is an inch wider on both sides, so some sort of fwd offset 14x6 might be a start.
I'm not keen on lipping the guards and think I should be able to fit a 195 up there.
I was looking into getting some replacement white walls for my 260c Wagon and they certainly know how to charge for those puppies.
I agree thin red a great choice but tyre with 14 steelies I wouldnt go larger than 165/65/14 as they are like stretching over 180b stockies just enough to reduce the diameter and width is nice for the stock guards.
you can go 6 inches with the same 165/65/14 and they look more jdm and just enough room for red stripping.
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