Wheels and Shields

Discussion in '348/355' started by Bee Jay, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. Bee Jay

    Bee Jay Formula Junior

    Apr 14, 2004
    Lompoc, Ca.
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    Bernard E. Jones
    #1 Bee Jay, Feb 26, 2013
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2013
    For Christmas my wife Sylvia bought me some Yoshi Shields. Thanks Todd Cannon. Then I bought a set of 355 wheels from Smokdu. So this is what my 348 looks like now.
    Also, I weighed the wheel tire combos. 348 front wheels and tires weigh 54lbs, while the 355 front wheels and tires weigh 46lbs, an 8 lb. difference. The 348 rear wheels and tires weigh 60lbs and the 355 rear wheels and tires weigh 55lbs each, for a 5 lb difference. So I'm losing 26lbs of unsprung weight.
    Bee Jay
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  3. Extreme

    Extreme F1 Rookie

    May 26, 2010
    Northern Utah
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    She looks good I really like the 355 wheels
    Congratulations on the weight loss. :)
  4. tcannon

    tcannon Formula 3

    Feb 18, 2009
    Norman, OK
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    Todd Cannon
    You are welcome! :) They look great on your car. ;)

    I wish that I had a box full of them. With all of the people that contacted me about them, I felt bad that I only had one set. :D
  5. brent Lachelt

    brent Lachelt Formula 3
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    Dec 6, 2003
    Brownsburg, INDIANA
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    Brent R.Lachelt
    The 348 with 355 wheels is the best combo IMHO...looks great Bee Jay.
  6. Falcon Wing

    Falcon Wing Formula 3

    Aug 4, 2010
    Colorado Springs
    I don't think I have seen a photo of a 348 w/ the black lower AND 355 wheels! Looks fantastic.
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  8. surfwolf

    surfwolf Formula Junior
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    Oct 14, 2012
    Bethany, OR
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    Michael Wolfe
    I think that the 348's look way better with either the 355 wheels you installed, or the 18" 360 Modena "Starfish" wheels. The addition of the lower paner black accent is spectacular. It gives much more definition to the side body panels/rakes & the front spoiler/air dam & the rear bumper/exhaust tips. Great job making the Ferrari your own!

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