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Old 01-08-2013, 06:49 PM
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BMF Death Metal Black vs. MM 962

Narrowed it down between the BMF death metal black in 20x10 with -19mm offset or the moto metal 962 black in 20x12. If y'all have any pictures or suggestions send em my way. Thanks!


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These are BMF Novakane Stealth 20x10 on my truck.

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Other wheels I was SERIOUSLY considering....

Black Rhino - Glamis
Front - 20x9
Rear - 20x12



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Moto Metal - MO962
Front - MO96229087300 - 20x9
Rear - MO96221287344N - 20x12



Good luck with your decision.
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These are BMF Novakane Stealth 20x10 on my truck.

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Your truck is soooo sick!! I love the stealths and they look so good on the lowered truck.


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Thanks! I think we made a good choice on the wheels. Need to drop the back another inch and get the traction bars installed, but overall it was a good project.
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Thanks! I think we made a good choice on the wheels. Need to drop the back another inch and get the traction bars installed, but overall it was a good project.
Definitely looks good. Y'all need an 05-07 front end conversion.


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bill i really like those rims!
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Depends on the size tire you'd be running, but personally I'd say the death metals would look good.

On a side note, a harley front end on powerhungrys truck would be...
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Its a 2000, but here are 20x10 Novakanes (-19mm) in Stealth with 35.x12.50 toyos. They actually clear just fine, full turning radius : )

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Power Hungry, i've never seen a super duty like that. Wow! i like it !!!
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