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Asked by Sep 10, 2008 at 10:35 PM about the Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Car Customization

what are some tight rims for my car

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that question really can't be answered by the general public, everyone has there own opinion. some people like bling, some like racing wheels, its really up to you, look up aftermarket wheels online and just decide what you like. Make sure you get the bolt pattern right tho

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ditto, i agree with justin to the word!!!

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k thanks, do you no of any good racing brands? preferably not to expensive

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There are a whole slew of good racing brands out there. For your Grand Am, I would highly recommend Andy's Auto Sport, or Wheelsnext.com. They both have a great selection of wheel/tire packages. Also, check out the TireRack.com, they have a whole selection process where you can see the rims on your car. The cheapest you'll be able to go on racing wheels is about $650 with tires, $ 400 or so without. Some brands to look at are: Volk Racing, TSW, ENKEI, and Sportmax. The best for your price range would be filk Racing, which has aton of nice racing wheels. All of these can be found at edgeracing.com, which is where almost everyone I know gets their rims. Just get the right bolt pattern and size, all of those websites will mount and balance the tires for you. Hope that helps.

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www.Tirerack.com a little over a grand with tires for all four, mounted and balance, delivered to your door. 18" and lightweight.

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why would you but 18'' for a race rim hahaha your funny

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tsw,sportmax and flik are all horrible heavy rims.......If you are looking for rims that are light and look sick and have cred then you arent lookn for cheap rims. Gram lights,Rota, BBS, Sparco, SSR,5zigen,Rays, yokohama, Volk...just to name a few lol Oh for you would look at Rota wheel they arent as much money as the others they look sweet and they are lighter then a feather.

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What the F**K is wrong with you? Go get laid or something! The GT that year offered 18". Why? Stability....Traction....

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