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I've made a wheel decision just need to figuer out if I should get the track edt or the street edt CCW classic.

Track edt - stronger bolts, no little center cap.
Street - weaker bolts, center cap.


Thoughts? The difference in price is $200.
 

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James,

You can get the street edition with the Center Caps and ARP bolts. That is what I did with mine. The Center Caps don't weigh much and I think the wheels look better with them.

Steve K.
 

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James,

You can get the street edition with the Center Caps and ARP bolts. That is what I did with mine. The Center Caps don't weigh much and I think the wheels look better with them.

Steve K.
I concur....

Steve email me at [email protected]. I have some questions about your old setup with the auto that good friend is attempting here.

DP
 

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I believe the Track edition also has lightening holes between the bolts, and uses a 17" rear in most application (while the street kit uses 18/18). Of course with CCW you can mix and match and get just the wheel you want.
 

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JamesN1830: I got the CCW Classics Street Wheel version, but had the lightening holes done as well as going with the 17" rears. I was under the impression the street edition came with the ARP bolts, no? Seems to say so on their website at least:

options for wheel bolts/nuts
S.S. ARP Bolts - Standard Equipment on Street Model

Cadmium Plated Generic Bolts - Standard Equipment on Track Model

My invoice from CCW doesn't specify all the details unfortunately, so I can't verify that on my end though. Good luck with your decision!
Chris
 

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Yea,

My street set up came with the ARPs.

Steve
 
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