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post #1 of 23 Old 06-20-2013, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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12 KR 22 chrome 20 black Pics Which one to keep?

20x10 bmf and 37 toyos. 22x12 Gear 37 kumhos. I cant make up my mind on which way to go.
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Go with the BMF's and send the gear wheels my way. I'll pay shipping!

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That's a tough decision, truck looks great either way.
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im leaning towards the black! but u should make this into a poll

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Definetely the black wheels!
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I was in the same boat a few months back. Ended up going with polished wheels because there is more of a contrast separations between the wheel and the tire. To me it seems that black wheels is just a cool thing of the moment like a fashion in style that I would eventually get tired of but chrome will always look good when clean. That's just me. ..

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I'd go with the black or some bigger tires on the 22s. The tires on the 22s look too small to me


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E both look good, I think I would stay with the chrome....makes the truck look clean....the black wheels look good, but make it look tuff, not so much clean looking...if that makes sense
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The Black fit's the overall look of the direction your going with your truck.

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