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After owning the TRD wheels I would say no. They ride like crap and they're over priced. Also they oxidize real quick and look bad. For the money you'd spend (close to $2250 said and done) you can get much better wheels, tires and coils.

Here's what I would order.

Find some wheels you like in a 17" or 18" (far better ride.)
Tenabe NF's (close to TRD coils but cheaper and level'er)
General G-MAX tires (guaranteed for 40k miles and cheap)
 

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I went with the factory stuff simply because I could get the car delivered with most everything I'd want to do it, under warranty, without having to scrape up the cash along the way. If I waited, I'd probably take 2 years to lower it and stuff because I suck at saving and I'm a procrastinator. I figure if I'm taking out a big loan, why not add it on the bill so it's done.

If you already have the car, it's probably best just to go aftermarket.
 

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Many people started with the NF's or TRD's and ended up switching to the DF's. The DF's ride great and your B actually looks lowered.
 

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DF's are fine as long as there's no concern about scraping. If there are road obstacles (which are normal for me), then opt for a less radical drop. I went with Eibach Prokit and have no problems to date. NF's would provide similar clearance, though with a more laid back character :)!
 

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hahahaha ^ good endorsement.

Love my DF210s, but still can't wait to get bags.
Just can't stand it anymore huh? Got to have air...
 
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