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The Official Stanced Fiesta ST Showcase Thread

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Still have plenty of room to go lower, but some more fender work is in order before that happens...IF it happens.
 


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Still have plenty of room to go lower, but some more fender work is in order before that happens...IF it happens.
That looks so good.
 


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I have to admit, I'm not usually a fan of lowering cars in general, especially ones with a rally heritage. But, every single FiST I've seen in this thread was well executed, aesthetically pleasing, and would get the bumpers ripped off trying to get in my driveway....
 


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Thanks guys! I got my fenders rolled today along with a slight pull in the front. May go a tad lower. [cool]
 


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Still have plenty of room to go lower, but some more fender work is in order before that happens...IF it happens.
I think the drop is about perfect... I'd try some plastidip on the centers to a gunmetal to create depth to the lip/wheel.... :)
 


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I think the drop is about perfect... I'd try some plastidip on the centers to a gunmetal to create depth to the lip/wheel.... :)
Thanks! I plan on leaving the wheels as is. They have a huge amount of depth in person. And I have the Avant Garde center caps, just haven't mounted them yet as I need to buy lugs that the caps can clear.
 


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Thanks! I plan on leaving the wheels as is. They have a huge amount of depth in person. And I have the Avant Garde center caps, just haven't mounted them yet as I need to buy lugs that the caps can clear.


Hmmmmm lol
 


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Looks good, yes. But pictures never show true depth. Here's the AGs all nice and shiny out of the box. Plus I'm not too keen on plastidipping a nice set of name brand wheels with top notch fit and finish from the box. Different strokes though!
 


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That's why plastidip was created ;) peel that shit off if you don't like lol, either way, beautiful wheels! You should create a build thread, what are you running for suspension?
 


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Looks good, yes. But pictures never show true depth. Here's the AGs all nice and shiny out of the box. Plus I'm not too keen on plastidipping a nice set of name brand wheels with top notch fit and finish from the box. Different strokes though!
What offset did you go with? And what coils are you on?
 


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Thanks! I plan on leaving the wheels as is. They have a huge amount of depth in person. And I have the Avant Garde center caps, just haven't mounted them yet as I need to buy lugs that the caps can clear.
I 200% agree. The wheels look fantastic and coloring the center will make them look cheap
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