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The other one was lost during the last outage we had here. So here it is again.

So I have a new tool to help visualize and choose a wheel. Its by no means a NEW way to look at wheels but it does enable you to lower the car, tint, stagger, etc...It also has all of the wheels I deal built into the program. So if the manufacturer makes that wheel for your car it will have a lil green checkmark as apposed to a Red X...

Lemme know what ya think...


JAVA download IF it fails to work on your PC...
http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp


Virtual Wheel Software
http://autowaretech10.net/nextwheels/tire_fac.htm


Cheers,


Brad
 

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20 inch bullitts :drool: I wish I could be more creative and find a better match to the pearl, and that 1997 LE car with the Bostonian is killing me!



I like the Mach I wheels too



My 2000 Grand Marquis on 20 inch bullitts, now this is something I would LOVE to do

 

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i cant get this thing to work on my stupid computer
What is the problem then exactly??

Just to brief ya real quick...You have to restart your PC for the Java to start sometimes. Also if you bring up the control panel by right clicking the java table in your taskbar "Where the date & time is located" then choose Advanced, then open up applet and make sure internet explorer is CHECKED. This should get you going.

Hope that helps.


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idk whats wrong with it i click begin dowmnload (for java) and then that lil yellow bar pops up and i click it the click instal active x controler and the the little window pops up and i click insatal and i get this

<a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e32/bigop107/fafdgadsf.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting"></a>
 

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Probly most are using print screen (ctrl & PrtScn) then "pasting" the picture into paint or something, and cropping it down to size.

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