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I Want to but new wheels on my 77 280z but I am having a hard time finding what would look the best on there. I want some help let me know what you think also about the sizes I should go. Also were is the cheapest places that I could find a frount airdam for the car. I live in Washington state.

I work at Discount Tire Co. so I can get what ever you think.
 

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Joe, even though a lot of people say it's hard to find the right rims for z cars a, a lot of manufact. can custom make you the 0 offset the z needs. It's just a question of money;HRE has lightweight rims for 800$ each... so the choices are still there. My preference are 15 turbo rims of a 280zxt.fits nice and they are 15$ a pop here at junkyards, Other option, is panasport, they make 16 rims, which IMHO, look the best on a lowered Z. They are about 200$ each. The cheapest air dam, i've seen, is Motorsport Auto, 150$
 

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Re: Wheels and front air dam

> I work at Discount Tire Co. so I can get
> what ever you think.

JOE - THAT'S WHERE I GOT MINE!!!
Seriously - I bought a set of 16x7 Center Line Trident II's and the H rated Interceptor 225/50-16's for my '77 at Discount Tire here in Arlington, TX. Used 3 1/2 backspacing, 3 5/8 would have been a bit better. The whole set, wheels and tires - mounted, balanced and warranteed, cost me $1301. I'm sure you can do better. I agree about Motorsport for the air dam. I bought their Aero II kit. It is dynamite.
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