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aintnobody rollin on some daytons were you get em???? fuck these cheap ass china wheels.
 

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Originally posted by lodirty 64@May 21 2006, 08:46 AM~5467129
i got some  :biggrin: with 520s :biggrin:
 

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Daytons are stainless steel and dont rust like McLeans or Player. Good Quality. But you're also paying for the name, just like with buying gucci or a rolex. I dont know what makes Dayton more expensive than Zenith. I kinda like how Zenith's knockoffs look better than Dayton...
 

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Originally posted by homeboyz@May 21 2006, 02:22 PM~5468206
ZENITH    1200  SHIPPPIED
Well I got a bigbody...I hear the zeniths 14x7 wont work on the rear of a big body thats why i want daytons.Old ass topic ressurected :0
 

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Originally posted by red_ghost@May 21 2006, 07:40 PM~5469682
Why wont zenith work?  whats the diffrence?
although zenith has the best quality in wire wheels, they still share the same offset as the chinas.
 

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Originally posted by TEXASCOCKFIGHTER@May 21 2006, 09:27 AM~5467303
WHY THA FUK ARE DAYTONS SO DAMN EXPENSIVE? :angry:
Because they are crap. Its like when you go to an expensive restaurant and the burritos are smaller and ten times the price of taco bell.
 

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Originally posted by DuezPaid@May 27 2006, 03:10 PM~5506253
Because they are crap. Its like when you go to an expensive restaurant and the burritos are smaller and ten times the price of taco bell.
Daytons are crap? :0
 

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y are daytons crap. i always heard they were the best. im looking 4 a good quality set of wires but have never owned a set.
 
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