: At long last....

10-28-07, 03:38 PM
Finally got my 20" Asanti's and after 2 days NO RUB! 8.5's on the front and 9.5's on the rear. Kumho Ecstas with 275/30's on the rear. They set me back a few dollars, but after my damn experiments with Zinik and D'Vinci, it has been a 6 month journey. :D

I hope these attachments got loaded.....

10-28-07, 03:43 PM
Nice ... very nice!

Got anything (pics, that is) that's bigger?

10-28-07, 04:25 PM
lookin good man. get some tint on that bad boy stat !

10-28-07, 08:41 PM
Actually, I got a tint...only 35%, but that is the max allowed in NC. I wanted to go darker, but the dealer said no.
Will try to get a bigger pic, but it looks like I am limited by the file size....

10-28-07, 08:42 PM
Almost like the reincarnation of Velose' Black V. Nice.

10-28-07, 09:05 PM
you could re-tint the back windows. the back windows could be 5% if you wanted them to be. the front two cant be too dark.

10-28-07, 09:12 PM
looking good! But we need bigger pics.

10-28-07, 09:19 PM
Those look very nice. You're moving up to 20's and I'm wishing I had 18's. :cookoo:

10-30-07, 02:19 PM
hopefully will have bigger pics tomorrow....

10-30-07, 05:01 PM
That V looks amazing, wow those make the car look very exotic.

10-31-07, 07:57 PM
Some computer problems today but will send bigger pics tomorrow from work. Had my first mild fender rub today on the right rear while juicing it, going uphill and turning left...hit a pretty good size bump. Is it worth sending back to Asanti for some adjustments (which they promise to make)? I think they can shave down the backs to recess the rims a bit more. Or should I just be wary and hope the large bumps don't find me? Any advice appreciated. :confused:

11-01-07, 06:56 AM
For some reason I can't upload these 2 files as an attachment. It looks like it is happening, but nothing shows up on this page (the file may be too large).....thanks to all for the compliments...and if you have any advice about the previous post, like I said...appreciate the help.

11-01-07, 10:26 AM
just put the photos on photobucket.com, then click the Insert Image button that looks like a mountain and then paste in the Direct Link from photobucket for the respective image....