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2014 Maserati Ghibli
22" Gianelle Santoneo (By Giovanna Wheels) matte black, with ball cuts
wheel and tire set up 22x9 & 22x10.5 wrapped with 265-30-22 & 295-25-22 Tires
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2014 Maserati Ghibli on Gianelle Santoneo matte black wheels by AUDIO CITY WHEELS, on Flickr





2014 Maserati Ghibli on Gianelle Santoneo matte black wheels by AUDIO CITY WHEELS, on Flickr






2014 Maserati Ghibli on Gianelle Santoneo matte black wheels by AUDIO CITY WHEELS, on Flickr
 

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the wheels are too big for the car, not my cup of tea tho
 
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Just a couple of questions because I don't shit about this stuff, what happens when you hit a big pot hole? Do you change the spring and shock rates to compensate for the loss of compression in tires?

Seems like it makes a pretty picture, a daily driver not so much.
 

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Just a couple of questions because I don't shit about this stuff, what happens when you hit a big pot hole? Do you change the spring and shock rates to compensate for the loss of compression in tires?

Seems like it makes a pretty picture, a daily driver not so much.
Well if he hits a big pot hole i would automatically think the wheel is probably bent with a punctured tire, and NO you do not need to modify the suspension. As for daily driving its fine, but would ride smoother with a 20" or 21".
 
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