1993 Deville 18s with Vogues or 20s?

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Cadillac Detailing and Bodywork - Interior and Exterior including Body and Wheels Discussion, 1993 Deville 18s with Vogues or 20s? in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; After a a year of driving my lowered 98 s10 I have finally had it. Im planning on cleaning up ...
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    Breakdancin11 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
    Automobile(s): 93' Deville
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    1993 Deville 18s with Vogues or 20s?

    After a a year of driving my lowered 98 s10 I have finally had it. Im planning on cleaning up my 93 Deville after lending it to my brother for the last year. New paint is planned as well as getting a '06 Resonant Engineering 18" XXX along with a Cadence ZRS-10 but the thing I am unsure of is wheel choice.

    I have seen 89-93 Devilles with 20s and the majority of them look ridiculous with that big of a rim. I just dont think it goes well with the lines of the car itself but every now again I see one with 20s that looks great. I think 18s with Vogues would set the car off since the paint is white w/ a blue sim top.

    I plan on bagging the Deville maybe not asap since it will be my daily but it is defintely in the works.

    Any pics of 89-93 Devilles with either size rims would help. As well as any opinions



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    cadillacdrvr8692 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
    Automobile(s): 1992 Sedan DeVille
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    Re: 1993 Deville 18s with Vogues or 20s?

    I would suggest 18's with vogues just for the fact it will still somewhat hold a "factory" cadillac apperance, the 20's would look ok but how i look at it is..how much less comfortable the ride would be with a thinner tire that doesnt look as good as a vogue...

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