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  1. #26
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    MY KIT CAME IN!!!
    BN Sports Type 2 Sc300 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Just want to give a HUUUGE shout out to Mastermind North America for giving me such a great deal on this kit!
    BN Sports Type 2 Sc300 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    I ordered the kit back in March, took 5.5 months to get here. So yes, I have had it since September and Ive just been lagging on updating this.
    BN Sports Type 2 Sc300 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Dont know when Ill have time to install it because the car is currently not running and funds have been kinda dry since the wife and I just got married in Hawaii on October 13th
    Greatest Day of My Life by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    BUT! Before we left for Hawaii, I sold my rare as fuck Enkei's
    Enkei Phalenx 19” by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    To get these
    Weds Kranze Elaborar by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Even RARER Weds Kranze Elaborar. Im almost positive these are the only set in the US, but thats only because I havent seen another set. And I could be wrong so dont fact check me lol
    Weds Kranze Elaborar by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Weds Kranze Elaborar by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Weds Kranze Elaborar by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Garage at the moment, will be like so until I have free time to get to business. Anyways, thats it for now. See y'all soon
    Weds Kranze Elaborar by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    BN Sports Kit by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
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    Congrats on the new wife and kid. I really did the direction of your build but I'm bummed to see the Enkeis go before the build. Did you ever get the parts from threepieceus.com or cancel them? I've got to rebuild two different sets and can't seem to find parts specific to them anywhere.

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    Well this is going to be spectacular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlesskelter View Post
    Congrats on the new wife and kid. I really did the direction of your build but I'm bummed to see the Enkeis go before the build. Did you ever get the parts from threepieceus.com or cancel them? I've got to rebuild two different sets and can't seem to find parts specific to them anywhere.
    thank you! and thanks, i ordered 60 hole lips from threepiece thinking they would work cause the hardware looked similar to that of weds LXZ but once i took apart the enkeis i realized they have a lip on the back of the face which didnt let them sit flush on the lips. so honestly the only way to relip them would be to get custom lips/barrels made. after spending over $600 on new lips i just figured it would be cheaper to sell the enkeis and get wheels i could use with my lips, hence the weds. i sold the enkeis to a close friend so hopefully he does something with them soon and i can post them up here, theyll be going on a Y33.

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    Well this is going to be spectacular.
    thanks man!

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    Those wheels are incredible, always have loved this chassis. Congratulations on your ceremony

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    Quote Originally Posted by fackinsteve View Post
    Those wheels are incredible, always have loved this chassis. Congratulations on your ceremony
    Thanks man, then it pains me to say....I traded them lol

    Yup, got new wheels AGAIN!

    Traded them for some WedsSport SA-55M in a better spec'd 19x10.5 +24 squared, and the wheels have recently been freshly powder-coated this amazing brown....buuutt I MIGHT get them chromed lol

    WedsSport SA-55M by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    WedsSport SA-55M by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    WedsSport SA-55M by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
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    Dammit.

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    The Kranze were much better looking than these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotto View Post
    The Kranze were much better looking than these.
    +1, soiled it lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by fackinsteve View Post
    Dammit.
    I know lol

    Quote Originally Posted by scotto View Post
    The Kranze were much better looking than these.
    Honestly, i agree. I loved those Kranze but... i didn’t notice until at the time of the trade that one of the faces had cancer under the finish. The WedsSport are in 110% perfect condition so I’m happy with that

    Quote Originally Posted by Quillhill36 View Post
    +1, soiled it lmao
    Lol i know, i do regret it HOWEVER.... the lips i had for the Kranze were 5.5”. If i rebuilt them they would have been 19x11.5 and 19x12, that’s too aggressive for front wheels. Also it would have cost me more money to downsize the wheels. On the plus side, the WedsSports are extremely lighter and already good specs and in near brand new condition.

    I’m happy with the trade, kinda, and they’ll do for now. It’s hard spending money on the car when my wife doesn’t work and we have two children i need to support. So it’s fine with me, family first.

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    I dig the weds honestly and it sounds like they are going to fit better which is always nice
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    Congrats Dad! amazing
    Last edited by barongan; 11-16-2018 at 01:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxcody2130xx View Post
    I dig the weds honestly and it sounds like they are going to fit better which is always nice
    lol which ones? the kranze or the sports? im assuming the sports cause they will fit better

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    Congrats Dad! amazing
    thanks man!

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    Hey guys not much has progressed unfortunately. Work has become slow due to the holidays and financially tight, so funds for the car are on hold until further notice, most likely until tax season. But I did find a buyer for my stock bumper so I took some time to take it off to sell.

    AND MAN LET ME TELL YOU! These damn Sc's and their ridiculous amount of screws and bolts required to remove the front bumper

    But before I got started, I decided to test fit the WedsSports to get an idea on fitment and appearance with my Rays lug nuts
    WedsSports SA-55M 19s by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    WedsSports SA-55M by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    And on the car
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Now granted this is on stock suspension and droop, so once coils are on it will naturally camber about 4 degrees giving me a good fitment
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Now onto the biggest pain, the bumper.

    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Here is whats needed to remove said bumper:
    Philips head screwdriver or drill
    10mm socket and ratchet
    Some dykes for cutting uncooperative plastics
    Obviously a floor jack and stands
    Shit to take the wheels off
    Some patience

    Anyways after removing 40+ screws and bolts, remove the splash guard underneath the engine, the wheel well covers, windshield washer fluid reservoir, headlights, unclip high beams, weather stripping on top of bumper, and thats about it.
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    And then clean all the shit up, throw the car int he garage and go upstairs and drink lots of alcohol.
    1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Now that the hardest OEM part is removed, I may start tackling other parts of the car that needs to be removed like the rear bumper and fenders so I can relocate the wiring harness.

    Also, at my shop were building a halfpipe for shits and giggles so the boss (aka my father in law) said I can bring the car in and finish it up in our warehouse since we'll have some space. So fingers crossed for some ACTUAL work space.
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    I GOT NEW WHEELS...AGAIN...BITCHES!!

    Straight traded the WedsSports for some Work Emotion Kiwamis in 19x10.5+12 squared including tires

    Time to start throwing everything on!

    Work CR Ultimate Kiwami 19x10.5+12 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Work CR Ultimate Kiwami 19x10.5+12 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Work CR Ultimate Kiwami 19x10.5+12 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Work CR Ultimate Kiwami 19x10.5+12 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Work CR Ultimate Kiwami 19x10.5+12 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

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    I JUST SPENT LIKE 3 FUCKING HOURS FIXING ALL THE SIZES OF THE PHOTOS. I HOPE YOU FUCKS ENJOY

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    Just another minor update guys.

    When lowering "most" Lexus' the wiring harness usually needs to be relocated from under the wheel well to give more clearance and to not rub through it and fuck everything up.

    I got a Harbor Freight gift card for christmas and I was overdue for a new floor jack, so.....
    Wiring Harness Relocation by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Wiring Harness Relocation by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    I fucking love this thing!

    Anyways, I watched this youtube video and the guy was extremely detailed and it helped me SO MUCH. HOWEVER, I forgot to latch one simple latch after reinstalling the wiring harness plugs which led to a 3+ hour troubleshooting/head scratching episode because the car would not start.



    I eventually turned to Facebook and was given the advice to put the latch back up to secure the plug thus allowing me to turn on the car
    Wiring Harness Relocation by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Anyways, heres some AFTER photos of said relocation. Also wrapped everything in new electrical tape for a cleaner look.
    Wiring Harness Relocation by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Wiring Harness Relocation by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Wiring Harness Relocation by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    NOW THAT THATS DONE...

    I am planning on putting the coils on sometime soon, However its going to be raining for the next week here in sunny Southern California. So time will tell,

    Till next time!

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    Its been A LONG TIME COMING, but I finally installed my coil overs. Ive had them since last year and I really havent had the motivation to throw them on because I had wheels with no tires or wheels that needed to be rebuilt so there was no point in lowering the car cause I **** lowered cars on stock wheels/tires.

    As you know, I traded my Weds for a set of Works with tires, and ever since I have had the urge to install everything. Next up is to start on the kit mounting and then exhaust work. or Vice versa. But for now I tried to do my best to give as much of a detailed process as possible. HERE WE GO.

    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr


    PRO TIP: THESE ARE YOUR FRIENDS AND WILL SAVE YOU TONS OF TIME OF CLEAN UP AFTERWORDS
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    First off, Im a complete dumbass for leaving my brand new and expensive battery hooked up to a car that NEVER gets driven so immediately had to start charging that bitch.
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Figured I would do the fronts first as they are the hardest to tackle, thats what Ive gathered from tons of YouTube How To videos

    SAFTEY FIRST: ALWAYS put stock wheels under car near jack stands JUST IN CASE the stands give out.
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    When doing the fronts its easiest to unbolt and remove these sway bar end links. They require a 5m Allen key and a 14mm wrench.
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Once its unbolted/removed, undo the top 3 14mm bolts holding the top hat of the stock strut. Loosen and remove the 19mm bolt at the bottom of the stock strut. Push the strut forward and backward to access to 14mm bolts underneath the strut bolting a mounting bracket to the lower control arm. This will allow the mounting bracket to be freely removed allowing for easy removal of the strut vs. having to undo the upper control arms.

    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Before/During
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Passenger side
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Now before installing my new(to me) D2 Racing coils, I measured them up next to the stock struts and only tweaked them to a 2" drop. Going conservative for now, can always slam it later.
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    The fronts
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr


    And all installed
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    FUCK THESE THINGS. Took me a good amount of WD40 to get these fuckers out.
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Decided to test fit the front wheels. With a squared setup technically they are all the front AND rear wheels so I just grabbed the closest one
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    My blue Rays lug nuts look good on the GT Silver
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Pokes juuuuuust a bit Nothing camber wont fix
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Fronts done, doesnt look like much cause stock wheels/tires and shitty dirty car
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr


    NOW for the rears, First step is to chalk the front wheels so the fucking car doesnt roll away SAFTEY FIRST
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    To access the rear top hats you need to pull back the carpeting/cardboard shit that covers the gas tank. Yes I know, the gas tank is in the trunk.
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Six 12mm bolts hold on the dust covers for the tops hats, 3 on each side
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Clearance might be an issue on the rear passenger side, so just suck it up
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Now I didnt get any pictures but remove/unbolt the sway bar end links for the rear too so you have more room to push down the rear end to pull the struts out. Jk yes I got pictures
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Before/During
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr


    TRASH
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Same thing as the fronts. Measured and then added a 2" drop. Featuring my custom Tapatio Vans
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Installed
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Now it doesnt matter but I just wanted to add, my coils are 36 way adjustable so I set the fronts and rears to around 20. Just because...

    FUCK YOU, go with your family of trash
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    And you know me, had the shit off, MIGHT AS WELL TEST FIT
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Poke isnt as nearly as bad as fronts, not going to camber the rear as much so Im going to go with a little flared fender
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    ALL DONE, again doesnt look like shit cause going conservative until fenders are rolled and wheels fitted
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    D2 Coilover Installation 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr


    As of right now the plan goes as follows:
    Remove rear bumper
    Remove exhaust and replace with catback exhaust
    Roll fenders
    Replace two tires with smaller tires for the front, 255 aint cutting it
    Put on wheels
    Fit the kit with everything on
    Stand back and cry

    Other than that, Hope you guys enjoyed the write up as well as the Lunar Eclipse tonight. Goodnight!

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    Wooo updates. Not even one picture with the wheels on the ground tho . Sure looked fun to install those tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    Wooo updates. Not even one picture with the wheels on the ground tho . Sure looked fun to install those tho.
    Ya i know i only lowered the car 2 inches from stock. I still need to replace two tires with smaller tires for the front. And i also need to roll the fenders still, so that will have to happen first

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    So today was meant to be productive. I was going to throw the rear wheels on, measure how much lower I need to go to get the fender and lip within half an inch of each other/maybe closer, roll the fenders, lower the car, then leave it until I can get thinner front tires. Buuuuuuttt....thats not how things ended up going

    I borrowed my former bosses (the guy with the GS300) Powered By Max fender roller, these things are so much nicer that Eastwoods. And I didn't plan on it but he also lent me a heat gun. Im notorious for fender rolling and not heating my fenders causing them to paint crack like a motherfucker lol

    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    And last time I think it was this thread or another but someone complained that I didn't put the car on the ground with the Works on, and thats partially due to the fact that the fenders needed rolling and more low.
    So to please that person, here you go.

    Some poke, gross height. Much work.
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Some fitment angles lol
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Well as I was rolling the fuck out of the fender, I heard a crack/popping noise. Didn't think anything of it and kept going. Tighter and tighter as I twisted the roller pushing out the fender until suddenly, POP!

    The fucking thing snapped right at the welds. Texted my boss, he said its cool, we have a mutual friend that can reweld it back to fix it. I asked him if PBM has a warranty cause I would think they would cover that since it snapped at the weld and not somewhere else.
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Fender Rolling 1996 Lexus SC300 Family Heirloom by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Sucks cause I really wanted to get those fenders done, but whatever, at least nothing on the car broke.

    Later guys!

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    shoot, get out the ol rubber hammer. Just kidding dont do it!!

    Excited to see where this thing is going. Love a good kit'd SC
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    Quote Originally Posted by cressidodd View Post
    shoot, get out the ol rubber hammer. Just kidding dont do it!!

    Excited to see where this thing is going. Love a good kit'd SC
    Im gonna use the fender roller once its fixed and then use a hammer to smooth things out, its ok, I can get it pretty good, thats the method I used on my Infiniti

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    Nothing crazy, but I sold my stock bumper with my Soarer badge, gonna use the cash for some new tires

    1996 Lexus SC300 front bumper by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Also, I missed have 3 piece wheels, so..... I traded my wheels....again

    Leon Hardiritt Herzog 19x9/10 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Leon Hardiritt Herzog 19x9/10 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Leon Hardiritt Herzog 19x9/10 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Leon Hardiritt Herzog 19x9/10 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Theyre OG spec'd too which is cool

    Theyre 19x9 +9 and 19x10 -17

    Should fit nice!

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    So lets see, we last left off on me getting new wheels, YAY!!

    Leon Hardiritt Herzog 19x9/10 by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    The fronts didnt have tires so I ordered some new ones and had them installed, YAY!!

    Achilles Tires by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Leon Hardiritt Herzog by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    Leon Hardiritt Herzog by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Then I put them up for sale and sold them, BOO!!

    Yes I know, Im a wheel whore. I have my eye on another set at the moment and just waiting for the owner to sell them to me. Lets see how long I have to wait

    In the meantime, my short hub adapter came in from NRG cause I sold my OEM GS300 steering wheel
    NRG Slim Hub Sc300 - Villante Steering Wheel by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr
    NRG Slim Hub Sc300 - Villante Steering Wheel by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Put on my Villante steering wheel, I LOVE IT!

    NRG Slim Hub Sc300 - Villante Steering Wheel by Bryan Boeldt, on Flickr

    Also ordered a new fender roller for myself, once I get the wheels I will roll everything and get the fitment squared away...

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