Mikey's 2001 Sedan EX

ThatDesiKid

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Lowering it is probably on the list. Nothing aggressive. Just a functional low. They need a 60 size tire to help fill the gap. I really want some UA7 TL waffles, UA7 base wheels, or UA5 fat fives. Or find some better wheels for the GFs Camry so I can take my civic wheels back lol. I also should’ve swapped my coupe wheels off before I sold it. They even had a decent set of A/S tires on them.

**EDITED OP** Finally. Added pics and updated info.
I have a set of UA7 base wheels with pretty much brand new tires sitting in my shed. They are kinda beat with peeling plastidip and some rash. I bought them off a friend when I blew a tire on the freeway a few years back. They were supposed to be on my Accord had I not retired it from winter duties. Not sure how far from Michigan you are though.
 

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I have a set of UA7 base wheels with pretty much brand new tires sitting in my shed. They are kinda beat with peeling plastidip and some rash. I bought them off a friend when I blew a tire on the freeway a few years back. They were supposed to be on my Accord had I not retired it from winter duties. Not sure how far from Michigan you are though.
You’re talking about the “Patrick star” wheels, right?

Like this?

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I’m *AT LEAST* 600 miles from Michigan so even if you gave me the wheels for free I’d still spend a few hundred bucks (and 2 days) in gas.

Assuming they were free… I’d be down for a road trip
 

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Wow 600 miles is a hike. Unfortunately I'd like at least 200 back just for the tires. I might just throw them on the TLS come winter since the nittos I have on it right now are garbage in wet weather
 

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