No, it’s not like your deep dish pizza. This actually goes on your car, not in your belly. Deep dish rims were meant for high performance tires & usually replace the OEM rims. The real reason for these rims is to just give an “enhanced performance” look; it really doesn’t do anything for the performance.
If you happen to buy these, you would have to get a licensed mechanic to install them because the brake disk and drums are customized to fit the rim. Some very important things that you should consider before purchasing are: installation, tires, repairs, & cost.
- Installation: Are you going to be able to find some place where they can install it?
- Tires: Do you have the right tires? Do you have to buy new ones?
- Repairs: If something happens, do you know where to get it fixed?
- Cost: Do you have enough money to buy them, maintain them, & fix them if they brake?
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