Curious; has anyone installed giant wheels and have they improved MPG?
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I live in Indy, and the big wheels are all the rage. My current favorite, though, was one that my wife and I saw in Chicago last weekend. It was a 1974-ish Mustang II with a rust-free body, MASSIVE (I'm guessing 26"-28") bright green wheels, and a lift kit to keep the fenders from touching the tires. The engine was struggling to get it up to speed. I did not want to be in front of it, becuase traffic was going from 0-50-0 quite often, and I doubt that they did any updgrades to the brakes to stop those heavy wheels and all of their rotational inertia.
The style is called "donk". I can't understand what makes someone want to do it...it doesn't look nice, it costs a lot of money, and it makes severe sacrifices to functionality without gaining anything at all.