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Black Wheel (new wheel)options

Newbie here...and looking for some help.

Im looking for some new wheels/tires for the truck, would love to get a 20x10 black center with polished lip or a black chrome wheel. Can anyone share pix? Any suggestions for wheel/tire packages for a good price?

Looking for something like....

XD766 Diesel like this, Black Wheel (new wheel)options-xd.jpg

maybe....

Pro Comp Series 9001s Black Wheel (new wheel)options-procomp9001.jpg

maybe...

DEJ- TANK Black Chrome???? Black Wheel (new wheel)options-dej-tank.jpg

As for Tires I like the look of the Nitto Mud Grapplers in 35x12.5's

Any feedback on the tires would greatly be appreciated.

Thanks, Pat
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Can't help ya with the wheel thing, I've still got factory's for now.

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Look at Helo Maxx 8 in black
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Welcome! I personally want the Dick Cepek DC-1 black wheel

Dick Cepek DC-1

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Get something different, everybody in this god given world has Helos.

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also check out the Diamo 17Karates in black also
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to the org 2bad, man ive been looking for like 4-5 months for somthing diff in a black/blackish 20/10,, good luck, hope you find somthing, that i like to hehe !! i do like that Dick cepek DC-1 but cant make up my mind...


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do you want a shiny black... im a big fan of the American racing teflon coated wheels
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thanks guys

Im looking for a shiny black, I really like the XD diesels 766 in black (first pic) anyone have pix of these?
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My uncle has the XD diesel on his truck but they are the 22x12 with like 38's I think and they look down right sick!!!!!!!!!! In a good way. If they werent so much for rims and tires I would love to do the 22's but I have a bad problem with curbs as it is.

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Also check out the KMC backseats in Black. Just lifted a titan 6in with air bags and leveling kit. We put 22in Black backseats and 37in toyo Mt's. Truck was charcoal. I must say I should have taken pics. This was the nicest titan I have done. Overall it up about 8in
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