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Old 09-25-2012, 08:48 AM
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New 20x12 Fuels and ATZ's

new 20x12 fuel hostages & 33x12.50 atz's on 2.5in leveling kit
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:42 AM
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That is sharp! How much and what kind of trimming did you do? And are those the deep dish20x12's?


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Really nice, I like! Now to top it off, some nice fender flares to cover the tire some. Don't want that "mexican" low rider look goin on.

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Please no fender flares, you'll look like an old man. I like the poked look personally I think it makes the truck look fat and aggressive.


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Looks awesome
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No fender flares here!!

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You truck looks killer! I love wide deep offset wheels! Would you mind getting some fender height measurements? I have a 2006 that i bought used and it has some sort of leveling kit, but I am unsure of the height of it. My friend has a stock f250 and mine sits atleast 4 to 5 inches higher than his in the front about about an inch higher in the rear. I am wanting to run 35 trailgrapplers on 20x12 weld cheyennes. But am afraid they might rub. The inside of my front fenders are trimmed. I know that 17x10 with 36/13.50 super swampers didn't rub.
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I think 35's would rub terribly with a leveling kit, these rub a little, I need some 350 blocks if anyone has any will get measurements tonight

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Looks good. Personally I like fender flares. That wide stance will throw all sorts of rocks and road debris all over your paint. Do you like mud flaps?
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That would get you so many tickets here. The point about throwing crap all over your truck is correct too. Also IMO your rims are too wide for the tires and the tires sticking out that far looks like you slapped on the wrong size wheels and didn't know what you were doing.

Sorry man, just not a fan of the look. A good set of flares would help and be required by law here.
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