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Old 09-24-2003, 06:22 PM   #1
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spy engineering

i called them up and they said they drill 4 by 108 into their axis wheels. im gonna buy my rims from them because they seem like really cool people also. i was surprised they drilled 4 by 108 so thats why i posted.

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Old 09-24-2003, 06:30 PM   #2
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in axis wheels? dope! i've been eyeing up the axis spiders. if they can make those in a 18" 4x108 with a 42mm offset, i'm sold!!
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Old 09-24-2003, 06:37 PM   #3
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that is a more direct link to the axis wheels from spy engineering.
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ooh, that's tite. it's the se7en mod, though. still a slick ass wheel. i'll definitely keep that in mind.
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IMO 18's are too big for the focus....

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IMO 18's look more like they "fit" than the 17's. the focus has a large body, in comparison to hondas and whatnot. kinda like the matrix... can't put a 17 on there without it looking ridiculously small. put an 18 or 19, and it looks like it fits better. on a civic, throw 18s or 19's, and they look huge. the focus, throw an 18 on and it looks perfect! :)
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i dont know....
i still see the 18's in bigger cars or more sporty !

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i personally have the 19's because they look so much more sporty and impressive. i wouldnt have upgraded my rims though unless i found the good deals that i found on www.spyeng.com. i would go with 18's if your going for race also.
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19s don't look sporty, they do look impressive, but unless they're the most expensive wheels you can get (so they don't weigh a ton) then they don't look sporty to people who knows what they're looking at. I really don't know how anyone can use 18s or 19s on a daily driven focus.
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i think the focus needs the bigger wheels or rally wheels because its not a race car thats for sure. i would buy 19's if i had a choice just because the focus needs that certain flare that most other cars dont have.
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