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Old 11-10-2012, 07:39 AM
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Clueless on what wheels I like the best for my truck!

So I decided I am going to buy rims and tires this spring but I have I cant make the decision. I love BMF novakanes but the price is much higher than other wheels.

My list so far consists of this:
XD Rockstars Machined Black 20x10
XD Hoss Machined Black 20x10
Fuel Hostages Black 20x10 or 20x12
and BMF Novakanes Death metal 20x10

Here is a picture of my truck to see what everyone else thinks I should do. (It's very dirty and it has been abused the past week or 2, SORRY!). Also need looking for input on either sticking with 35's or running 37's with the 6" lift.


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So I decided I am going to buy rims and tires this spring but I have I cant make the decision. I love BMF novakanes but the price is much higher than other wheels.

My list so far consists of this:
XD Rockstars Machined Black 20x10
XD Hoss Machined Black 20x10
Fuel Hostages Black 20x10 or 20x12
and BMF Novakanes Death metal 20x10

Here is a picture of my truck to see what everyone else thinks I should do. (It's very dirty and it has been abused the past week or 2, SORRY!). Also need looking for input on either sticking with 35's or running 37's with the 6" lift.


37s and look at the moto metal mo962. It's the wheel I'm running but looks good on white trucks and comes in a 20" wheel with q -44 offset
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22" bmf novakanes imo. I have 20's and would rather have gone 22's initially. 20's are on everything nowadays. 22's look really good. Id splurge and get 22's if I could do it over again.

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Old 11-10-2012, 08:18 AM
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Haha I thought about 22's but they are an entirely new ball game when you talk about price.
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Old 11-10-2012, 08:20 AM
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Ya they sure are.

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Called the place I plan on ordering them from and for 22" BMF's with 37" trail grapplers, it is $4250.
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Holy crap. In my personal opinion a 35" tire would look better on a 22" rim and would cost a lil less. 24" is too big, mom's drive around in chevy suburbans with 20's they're basic, 22" is just right for a superduty, imo. Im against larger tires bcuz the mileage on my truck dropped drastically with 35's, but some trucks dont drop mpg like mine.

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Haha I know what you mean.
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we have the same truck besides yours being an ext. cab! but i like the moto metal 955's or 951's
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Check out rimzoneonline.com they have really good prices.
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