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post #1 of 13 Old 11-22-2012, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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Need some inspiration and direction!

Ive been stewing for months about which wheels to get for my truck. I do know I want to run 20x9's in chrome, but havent narrowed down to any particular one..... I want to run a set of 35 toyo mt's and prolly a 4 or 6 inch lift.

What do you guys think would look good on my truck? Or post pics of what you are running....thanks!!!

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Heres the most recent pic of my truck....shes a lil dirty but you guys get the idea for what it looks like that way

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I like those headlights painted body color. I have a bronze and gold and wondered what the headlights would look like color matched


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They look even better in person! I have a set of lights out getting projectors and halos in them....im excited to get them back and see how they look!
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Did you do them yourself or did you have them done?


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Do you want polished or black wheels?

For the lift, I suggest going with an ICON 4.5" kit, they look great with 35's.



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I bought them from a member on here to be basically a donor set while my other ones are out being customized.

As far as wheels go i dont think black would look good w my paint color...so polished or chromed or pvd would b my choice of finish.
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i like simple wheels like the fuel mavericks or the gear alloys that look like the mavericks
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If you are only going to run 35's I would stick with either a 2.5" or 4.5" lift max. These newer trucks have pretty big wheel wheels and IMHO look kinda silly with a bunch of lift just run a tire that you can clear with a stock truck.



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yea I agree if I go w/ the 6" lift the 37s would b a better look.
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