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6.4L F-350 with 6.7L OEM 20"????????

I am going to have a look at some 2012 OEM 20s and not too sure if they would look good on an 08. I would be putting 35x12.5 tires on.

What do you all think?????

If you have pics of this combo please post up some pictures. Thanks.




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i think they would look good. anything over the stock 18's


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I have a chance to get these as well. I am looking at a more aggressive tire and not sure if the 2012's would looks good on Nitto trails. There are plenty of examples of the 2010's on Trails and look great.

Go with the 2012's or 2010's???


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2010's all the way. I've never cared for the sea shell wheels. I had a set on my 08 briefly and couldn't deal with it. the 08-10's are one of the best looking wheels ever made IMO.

The 8 spoke 11+ 20's look pretty decent on the 08-10 trucks. I ran a set for 6 months or so. But I don't care for the sea shells
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2010's all the way. I've never cared for the sea shell wheels. I had a set on my 08 briefly and couldn't deal with it. the 08-10's are one of the best looking wheels ever made IMO.

The 8 spoke 11+ 20's look pretty decent on the 08-10 trucks. I ran a set for 6 months or so. But I don't care for the sea shells
@ sea shell wheels.

Ok thanks man. I have always liked the 2010 spoke wheels just never saw any come up for sale.

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judging by that strange white stuff on the ground under your truck, you're probably pretty far from me, but where are you located? I have a bad habit of buying take-off sets. Currently have a set of 08-10 spokes, a set of 08-10 Harleys, a set of 11+ KR split spokes, and a set of 13 Platinums
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judging by that strange white stuff on the ground under your truck, you're probably pretty far from me, but where are you located? I have a bad habit of buying take-off sets. Currently have a set of 08-10 spokes, a set of 08-10 Harleys, a set of 11+ KR split spokes, and a set of 13 Platinums
I am in Calgary, AB Canada (area code 403 ). Damn you have a nice collection. You want to buy my set of 08 18" UFOs???

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the ones you posted are a chrome clad wheel which = plastic. I would much rather have a set of the polished ones.


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You sure they're not polished stainless like the dodges?
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No, at least all the ones I have seen that look like the ones he posted are chrome clad. Unless they changed something. I think the only real ones are the ones that look like the 08-10 20"s but are a little more rounded


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