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15s and 18s

Well the wheels are 15s, they are Bogart billet lite 15x4s in the mustang bolt pattern. The subs are 18" Cerwin-Vega's





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The Bogarts meant to offset the weight of those speaker thingies?

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So are you saying the sub is mis-labled or the rim?

Either the sub is a 15" or the rim is 18". They can't be the same size and be 3" apart...

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I think the rim is 15" and the sub is 18". I think he is using the rim to show how big of a sub that is.

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Haha, the wheels are 15" size, but their actual physical diameter is close to 16.5". From the inside of the lips to the other side is indeed 15".
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Subs are too big... Wheels are too small...

Nah I'm just jealous. Holy crap those subs are huge... they're not going in the car right?!

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Oh you mean like these:




And no, the subs aren't going in the car. I just bought them for the hell of it.
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