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anyone have chrome dc-1?

any one have the all chrome dc-1...a kid at my school might want to trade me his chrome 15x8 dc-1's with 3 5/8 back space, with 32/11.5/15 cooper stt with about 1/2 tread for my 15x8 american racing d-windows with 4.5 backspace and 31/10.5/15 swampers with like 1/2-1/3 tread on 2 and 1/4-1/3 on the other 2. and since ive had them ive put like 1000 miles on them and they have already worn down a lot since when i got them. also they drive like **** and sound like an airplain going down the street and i get like 10.5 mpg's with them. pix of the chrome dc-1's would be nice. thanks
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Mark had Polished but you get the idea



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what do u guys think...should i trade him?
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i would get power back from having steelies and ditch the interco's which arnt good for DD
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I like the solid chrome ones... I'm not too big on the black/chrome model...
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Ive seen them powdercoated all black and they look naasssty.
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ya i was thinking about painting them all black or the opposite as the black ones now....so the spokes are black with silver lines down the middle etc.
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well i talked to the kid and he doesnt want to trade but he said he is getting new rims for Christmas and he will give me his dc-1's for free....ya free i know right..this is the same kid that sold me those 18's with the 285's on them for $140...thats what rich parents do to ya...lol
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do it! the chrome ones arent bad. its the ones that are black and silver that look like anus
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