Nissan 180SX/200SX/240SX S13 1992
hot wheels sixty eight
|Rims brand||hot wheels|
|Rims model||sixty eight|
|Tyre brand||federal s595|
- Spacers:n one
- Fender: rear pulled, front 30mm wide fender
- Camber:rear unknown, front max negative
- Brake kit: stock
- Suspension: stock arms, stance gr+ pro
Does it fit wheels hot wheels sixty eight 17″ 9J 205/40 on Nissan 180SX/200SX/240SX S13 ?
Yes, it fit. In current example this car with rims hot wheels
sixty eight at the same parameters.
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