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Which Wheels Do You Think Look Better


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What, no 22's?!!

Seriously, I am a sucker for the Crager S/S, always have been.
Just so period perfect. So simple, beautiful.
 

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Both look great. Back in the day the Cragar's would be the aftermarket wheel of choice, but your Road Runner just looks right with the factory rally wheels IMO.
 

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You really can't go wrong either way. I like the factory wheels better though. If you were going up in diameter, the Cragars might be the better choice. But as it stands, I prefer the factory wheels.
 

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I like the factory wheels better, .... maybe it is because I saw so many "junky" cars with those Cragar wheels back in the day.
 

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8 responses but only 4 votes. C'mon guys, vote so the graph shows the results.
 

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Can I vote twice? When I commented the pics wasn't up(I was speaking in general of all the cragars and rallys) I still like both, but the tire selection also helps.
 

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Yeah, I had trouble posting the pics. They where too large and I had a hell of a time resizing them.
You can only vote once, but posting does not count so you should still be able to vote.

I'm REALLY on the fence. That's why I'm trying to get unbiased opinions.
 

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If the car is otherwise stock I'd stick with the factory wheels. If you are going for a little bit more 'hot-rod' put on the Cragar 5-spoke (but keep them factory wheels.
 

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I'm with talismandave on this one, I was sold (the idea of) Cragar S/S's when I was at school (you wouldn't understand just how strange that would've been then & here) BUT now, if not going for that period look, I think I'd go for the Torqthrusts!
 

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They both look good. If you tend to be a purist, stick with the factory wheels. It's still a bada$$ car!
I was at our Tulsa plant last year and saw a service cart with Cragar SS's. I had to do a double-take, I didn't know they came that small. I wanted to take a pic with my Blackberry but it's against company policy.
 

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The golf carts on my campus had them in college, EcSTSatic. lol

Eh. I don't like the Cragars. Played out. Stick with the stockers, but get some raised white letter tires or clean up those red lines so they show up better.
 

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I agree the cragars are played out, but there are some cars that they simply belong, this is one of those cars..JMHO
 
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