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Old 02-25-2009, 08:44 PM   #1
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Just picked up my 1994 pathfinder.
About to start setting up to bag it.

Looking for opinions: Will 18's look big enough on it when bagged or body droppped?

I can get a set of 18" titans really cheap but dont want to waste my time if it will take some 20's to look right.
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Old 02-25-2009, 08:47 PM   #2
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personally i love they way most nissans look on 18 titans
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Old 02-25-2009, 09:17 PM   #3
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it all in the preference that you see as big I personally won't go bigger than 17's on my shit but that cause I'm old school and usually don't like 20's on anything but fullsize
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i tried to put the titans on my pathy.... no go.. the hubs on the front of the pathys (yes even 2wd) are deep. and ud need to bore throught the hole wheel. and not use a center cap. even with the 20s i went with the center caps barely clipped in place. but the 20s worked.
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the 20's , they would look sick specially in the back
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Old 03-02-2009, 01:38 AM   #6
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it all in the preference that you see as big I personally won't go bigger than 17's on my shit but that cause I'm old school and usually don't like 20's on anything but fullsize
I have 17's on my 95 Pathfinder, I like the oldschool look as well.




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i say 20's. being a more agresive looking truck, id go with a more agresive size of wheel.
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I am going with 20"s on mine so I say run some 20"s
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I guess I will run the 18's I have laying around and set it up for 20's in case they dont look big enough

Just run the 18's for a few months after its done and save some cash for 20's.
New wheels will make it look different anyway
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lol im going 22's and setting up for 26's the scene is getting hectic and i dont wanna build something thats gonna go out of date
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