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Old 01-07-2002, 02:21   #1 (permalink)
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Au Xr Owners Wot R U Doing?!!

Hello to all the guys with au II XR's. What i want to know is why aren't you guys getting those big flat fat 5 spoke rims polished!!!
I reakon they would look awsome on a black or blue xr with those massive spokes all shiny. I haven't seen one set done yet.
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Hello to all the guys with au II XR's. What i want to know is why aren't you guys getting those big flat fat 5 spoke rims polished!!!
I reakon they would look awsome on a black or blue xr with those massive spokes all shiny. I haven't seen one set done yet.
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Sorry mate not a holden driver!
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What does that mean? u think only holden drivers like good looking wheels?
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What does that mean? u think only holden drivers like good looking wheels?
Full Shick Chromed and Crossed drilled MAF approved ..... yeah!
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Full Shick Chromed and Crossed drilled MAF approved ..... yeah!
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Old 01-07-2002, 02:40   #6 (permalink)
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What does that mean? u think only holden drivers like good looking wheels?
think it has to do with the ricer look .. or the gino down chapel st in the shikk commydore Doof Doof maaate problems... just my interpretation
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Well cos that would like very Rice (oops nice)
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Because your wheels are shiny your a ricer.]
Sounds bit stoopid to me. I always thought if you had neons or drove around with your stereo flat out etc etc you was a ricer, not becuase of having kewl wheels. I may have to sell off my wheels and buy back the original ones as not to be mocked as a rice boy.
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Because your wheels are shiny your a ricer.]
Sounds bit stoopid to me. I always thought if you had neons or drove around with your stereo flat out etc etc you was a ricer, not becuase of having kewl wheels. I may have to sell off my wheels and buy back the original ones as not to be mocked as a rice boy.

Ohh sorry Ford Driver= NOT RICE BOY! so your safe!
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Shiny wheels can look awesome I'd love a set of nice big billets for my car but there is just so too many people with shitty chrome wheels these days it ruins it.
Do whatever makes you happy modifying your car should be for yourself not to make others happy.(unless you deface a classic such as a GT etc in that case we will be forced to kill you)
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