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      09-26-2019, 08:38 PM   #1
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Savini Wheels for winter..help me decide

I am going with 21" wheels for winter...thanks TEX_X7 for the suggestion! which one will go nice with my Black X7M50i with Shadowline Trim?
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      09-26-2019, 08:45 PM   #2
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I am going with 21" wheels for winter...thanks TEX_X7 for the suggestion! which one will go nice with my Black X7M50i with Shadowline Trim?
I like the middle one
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      09-26-2019, 09:04 PM   #3
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I think all 3 would look good. Depends on the look you’re going for overall. Top one is nice if you’re going for that “murdered out” look. The other 2 if you want more contrast and wheels to “pop” more
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For me, if you have black with shadowline, out of the three, the first one would be the best option.
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Definitely the first wheel.
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Definitely the first wheel.
The first wheel has some strange rises edge I can see the snow and ice cumulate here there ...
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For those who don’t know the first and third wheel are the same. Only the finish is different.
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The first wheel has some strange rises edge I can see the snow and ice cumulate here there ...
I was going by pure aesthetics and not snow performance, or I'd recommend the 2nd one.
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The first wheel has some strange rises edge I can see the snow and ice cumulate here there ...
I was going by pure aesthetics and not snow performance, or I'd recommend the 2nd one.
thanks everyone I'll let you know.. it's either the 1st or 2nd one.....
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I like and am tempted to get the first one. Where can I get these, and get I get them in 22” with Blizzaks on em??
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I like the first one.
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thanks everyone I'll let you know.. it's either the 1st or 2nd one.....
EU Savini Wheels dealer informed me that none of SV-Fs us strong enough to carry axle weight of X7 so rather doublecheck this with your dealer before you place your order
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Hey max78 , I'm not sure why they told you that. These wheels are made and milled specifically for the X7 per Savini here in CA. Before I installed mine I recall a pound rating displayed on the back which was part of the cast. I think it said 2600lbs.
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Hey max78 , I'm not sure why they told you that. These wheels are made and milled specifically for the X7 per Savini here in CA. Before I installed mine I recall a pound rating displayed on the back which was part of the cast. I think it said 2600lbs.
Interesting. Thank you. I will double check with Savini directly before placing my order.
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Hey max78 , I'm not sure why they told you that. These wheels are made and milled specifically for the X7 per Savini here in CA. Before I installed mine I recall a pound rating displayed on the back which was part of the cast. I think it said 2600lbs.
Interesting. Thank you. I will double check with Savini directly before placing my order.
21" Savini with Blizzaks. Sending out the OEM to be refinished in a gloss black.
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Jspeed29 Damn, those look sharp!!
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Savani SV-F4 in 21's with the awesome Yokohama Bluearth winter tires. Highly recommend talking to Eric at www.supremepower.com

Great setup for winter!

Sorry for the shadows in the pictures...
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She's beautiful!
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