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post #1 of 20 Old 08-08-2012, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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20s anybody?

I know a lot of you guys like the look of the older style rims with the holes in them, but I was wanting to see pics of anybody who was running 20s on their truck. Im debating between 20s and 35s or 18s and 33s. Thanks!
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I got newer SD wheels on my OBS.... 18s on 34.5"s.... if some one will donate me some 35sx20s i can put them on my rims and i will let u know what it looks like

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I have them on my 95 and like them.
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Post some pics!

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in front of the firehouse 37/12.5/20
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2003 7.3 ccSB Lariat
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5" Straight Pipe
20" XD's
37" Nitto Trail Grapplers
After-market waste gate actuator
TW 6-Pos Tuner
K & N Intake
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I think a big truck always looks better with big rims.....Big truck, Big Rims, and Big Tires.....thats how i feel, i got a newer body style, but my next setup will be 22s with 35s if im still only leveled or 37s if i have my 4inch lift on...
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Cant upload any. Computer got a virus.
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here are mine. 275x65x20 on 20x10 MB Rocker wheels, stock height, about a 34"er tire diameter. Lift and 37's eventually.

These wheels and tires were a pure luck craigs list find. Dodge boy wanted to go back to stock wheels. I picked these up
for $450.00 ( for all you Prius haters, all four of them fit in the back of my Prius V. You should of seen Dodge Boys face when I showed up with the Prius).
I'll get some new pics up with the clear front lights with LEDs and the new rear stock style tail lights.
Really, these simple things have transformed the truck. RSK 4" lift soon, 37's, as well as BTS, or ATS Tranny, gauges, and full exhaust.





With the new clear headlights markers and turns with LEDs






'97 XLT F-350 Crew Cab LB, 240,000 miles, 20x10 MB Rocker Rims, with TOYO 35x12.50x20, tool box, Swamps TS tuner, MBRP exhaust S&B Intake, Auto Meter gauges.

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here are mine. 275x65x20 on 20x10 MB Rocker wheels, stock height, about a 34"er. Lift and 37's eventually



One of these days ill have a truck like yours!

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Thanks Lyons, I'm sure you will. This whole rig total to date cost is just at $6000.oo Including $4000.00 purchase price. I've spent money on all the fluids, fuel pump, new fuel lines complete brake job, Ball joints, replaced lights, and wheels and tires. Trying to keep this low buck... except tranny. I just want to do that once. This is my second OBS. The first one a white OBS CC 4X4 LB ;97, I sold in '08 and have regretted it ever since.

'97 XLT F-350 Crew Cab LB, 240,000 miles, 20x10 MB Rocker Rims, with TOYO 35x12.50x20, tool box, Swamps TS tuner, MBRP exhaust S&B Intake, Auto Meter gauges.
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