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Originally Posted by DPE G If those were 380mm fronts I would be all over this. you dont need 380mm lol those are huge bro...

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Old 06-29-2013, 12:06 PM   #16 (permalink)
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If those were 380mm fronts I would be all over this.
you dont need 380mm lol those are huge bro...
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I already have the stoptech 380mm front kit, 355 rear, I don't want to go smaller even though it's tempting!
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How much thicker than stock akebonos?
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I already have the stoptech 380mm front kit, 355 rear, I don't want to go smaller even though it's tempting!
ya i hear you on that stoptech are super nice too
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How much thicker than stock akebonos?
i dont really know the size on the stock ones but they are alot thicker and better.... they sure fit on stock rims
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Yeah how much thicker then stock akebonos cause I already have to run spacer to clear and that's already pushing it.
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Yeah how much thicker then stock akebonos cause I already have to run spacer to clear and that's already pushing it.
do you have stock rims ?
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I'll make a serious consideration if you can confirm thickness compared to akebonos. My work wheels clear my BBK by a girls pinky. A small girl. Stops halfway to her pinky finger nail.
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I'll make a serious consideration if you can confirm thickness compared to akebonos. My work wheels clear my BBK by a girls pinky. A small girl. Stops halfway to her pinky finger nail.
Exactly what he/she said. I have aftermarket bc racing wheels and I barely clear running a 5 mm spacer. Couldn't even fit a credit card in there lol
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I'll make a serious consideration if you can confirm thickness compared to akebonos. My work wheels clear my BBK by a girls pinky. A small girl. Stops halfway to her pinky finger nail.
im sorry i dont know the size on akebonos why dont know google it.. they fit on my 370z with spacers
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what are they going on 370 or g37 and what kind of rims ??
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what are they going on 370 or g37 and what kind of rims ??
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Dpe. Can you chime in? I can't figure out if this will fit.
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