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i just bought a saab 9000 and im probally gonna get rims for summer and spring and use the stocks for winters
im not buying them till after winter, but i think im gonna get black (my whips black so ill be murderin it lol) help me find some and also if you know any sites that it shows you whast it woulod look like with those rims on your car that would be great
itrs a 97 9000cs if taht helps too
you are going to get much better answers at a saab forum.
google it and find one and start reading, it helped me a lot with my car. I never would have gotten wheels/tires/suspension etc done without the help of the car forums online.
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ya i am in one but i thought id ask ns' opinon
i dont get what or asking, are you just asking if you think its a good idea or asking what kind of rims to get?
what kind/size, i dont know if i should get like 16s or like 17/18 because id need low pros if i got 17/18s and idk if i want lows or regular sizes
you want low pros they look waay better. I would get 17's, i dont know if you an fit 18s or what i am not too familiar with Saabs. That being said you dont really want the biggest rims you can fit, it hurts the ride a lil bit and slows them down a lil bit. I am personally a big fan of gunmetal and bronze rims more than black or silver. Silver looks too drug dealery, and black...meh.
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get the asa jh8 in black.
www.tirerack.com has them for a good price, and you can see what it'll look like on your exact car
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