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Old 02-17-2008, 08:37 PM
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Hey guys, im looking to put some new wheels and tires on my 06 6.0. I want to stay with 20" and I don't want to lift my truck. I was lookin at the moto metel 950's but they won't work unless I lift my truck or so ive heard. So can you guys post some pics of your rigs if you have any. Thanks guys!
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probably going to depend on the amount of backspace....to little and your wheels stick way out to the side, too much and your tires might rub your radius arm with wider tires.

heres my wheels with 275/65/20 tires, woulda fit fine without a leveling kit, but I did a simple leveling kit, took the same wheels and mounted 37's on em this weekend when we did the lift.

the wheels are Panther Juice 8 20x9.5 or 20x10, I cant remember.
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I still have those tires at home with prolly 3/4 tread too. backup set I guess?
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I was also lookin at the Moto MT700 wheels. Those look sweet too
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Here are my moto metal 951 20x10 with 35-12.50-20 nitto mud grapplers with a 3 inch lift.

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I let my buddie ride on them for a little while and he has a 06 king ranch with a leveling kit and these rubed just a little with a levelin kit.
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Here's my truck leveled with 35's on 18's.

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Here are my moto metal 951 20x10 with 35-12.50-20 nitto mud grapplers with a 3 inch lift.

Sorry to hijack but those are some sweet looking wheels/tires. Whats the ride quality like on the Nitto's?
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Here are my moto metal 951 20x10 with 35-12.50-20 nitto mud grapplers with a 3 inch lift.


your truck just made my pants wet, and thats only a 3 inch lift, i would have guessed 6
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85 for the wheels I like things cheap
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