Incredibly Poor Taste

Discussion in 'Challenger Wheels, Tires and Brakes Forum' started by SRT-Tom, Jun 7, 2018.

  1. SRT-Tom

    SRT-Tom Full Access Member

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    Here is proof that bigger is not always better. Do these Challenger owners really think that their rides look cool? I think that they belong in a circus. Which one gets the trophy, the first one with the "small" 32 inch wheels and lightning bolts, or another?

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  2. F4Phantom2

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    Too each his own, said the old lady as she kissed the cow.
     
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    I think the middle one looks ok. The other 2, not so much.
     
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    they still had to cut the fenders on all of those. lmao!!
     
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    ya, I wouldn't do it to my baby but I do love a good tire lift (maybe on a Camaro SS or an old Charger). Though having those tires here in MI would be nice. Though they are as ugly as can be.
     
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    Wheel and lift kits should be restricted clearly to old Dodge pickups. Lol
     
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    I just don't see how that would ride down the highway. If you look those tires are so thin if you'd hit the slightest pot hole the tire or rim damage would be extremely possible. Most tires are designed to give as little but looking at those it would be like back in the 1900's hard soild rubber tires. To each his own tho. Ride on my brother ride on

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  8. SRT-Tom

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    Good point, but anyone who would ruin a Challenger like that can't be very bright.
     
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    Like @F4Phantom2 said, to each their own. Its their car and the can destroy it anyway they like. Never understand why they think it looks good or why people still love ricing out their cars. Its their car I guess. I curious if it can even turn.
     
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    I agree, everyone has their own tastes, but to me these look like toys. Maybe they drive them via remote control :)
     

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