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Old 08-27-2013, 06:03 AM
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Exclusive! 1st ADV1 8Lugs ever produced! 13" F250

After about 6 months of waiting and back and forth on the R&D they have arrived! I thought I would be able to clear the 37x13.50's with a leveling kit but I was sadly mistaken. Waiting on a new 4.5" lift to get here before they are installed but I figured I would show you guys some pictures.

The wheels are 22" ADV1 3 Piece Track Specs with 37x13.50 Toyo Open Country. They are copper plated with no clear coat so they are going to patina nicely down here in the south. Hope you guys like them! I don't like to follow what everyone else is doing I always considered myself a trendsetter rather than a follower.





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Old 08-27-2013, 06:28 AM
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I like!!! Can't wait to see them on!
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Old 08-27-2013, 10:22 AM
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I like the fact that it's different, only seen a couple cars with metallic copper colored wheels but I would have clear coated them for sure. The uneven drab green patina is going to be sketchy looking and vary different on each wheel...just my opinion
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Old 08-27-2013, 11:13 AM
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I'm more interested in the billet resi mounts that you built!
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Old 08-27-2013, 01:15 PM
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Yeah hoses clamps are only supposed to be used hoses. I would put that ghetto sh!t on my truck so I cut the stock Carli mount off and welded 1.25" tubing capped the ends and used some billet clamps to mount the reservoirs. Not sure why they don't offer this as a option on the kit.

Also this kit is for sale 1 month old! Comes as you see it with the clamps!
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Copper rims! That's so crazy I haven't seen that before I would clear coat them though because I hate the look of old copper with patina.
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LOL better put some wheel locks on them!!
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Those wheels are def something different. You can clear 37x12.5" tires with just a leveling kit. But it's all in the offset/backspacing. It looks like those wheels are something close to 10" wide with a -24 offset?
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I would clear coat them for sure. I think the copper is badass looking but look good just how they are.
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I would clear coat them. Your truck is like brand new, you don't want wheels looking like they are 42 years old...

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