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Old 07-22-2012, 03:03 PM
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Post pics of f350s on 22.5s or 24s!

Looking for some new rims for my dually and wanting to see them on other trucks first I have a 2wd so I'd like to see them on a 2wd, post what you got! Thanks


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Old 08-28-2012, 12:08 PM
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Noones running these?!?!?!?
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Old 08-28-2012, 01:44 PM
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Yea well that's your opinion everyone has one, and I'm not asking for that, I'm asking for pix to get an idea of what I want


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Old 08-29-2012, 09:50 AM
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look at my profile, there 24s
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So everyone with 22.5s on their dually is mall crawlings trolls now? I thinks not I work out of mine everyday and the truck hasn't seen a mall parking lot since idk when, so like I said in my first last post im just looking for pics not opinions


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So everyone with 22.5s on their dually is mall crawlings trolls now? I thinks not I work out of mine everyday and the truck hasn't seen a mall parking lot since idk when, so like I said in my first last post im just looking for pics not opinions


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No, not always. Those sized wheels with a good 8"+ lift and some meaty tires is awesome.
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I don't understand the hate for dude wanting to put 22.5's or 24's on his truck. I have oversize tires On stock rims because it looks good. If I had a dually I'd put 22.5's on it because I think they look good. Quit hatin'.


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There's a lot you can do with a truck on big *** wheels. It might not be my thing, but it's his ride. Big wheels won't hurt his towing capacity at all. The smaller sidewall will actually help him in the towing area, as there will be less "bounce". Beyond that, it's a 2wd dually, it's not likely to see the Rubicon.

There is a guy on here, though I don't recall his name. He's posted in the problems section a good bit about a random issue he's been having. 2wd dually on some nice wheels. His signature has a good image of it, spiked lug nuts.
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There's a lot you can do with a truck on big *** wheels. It might not be my thing, but it's his ride. Big wheels won't hurt his towing capacity at all. The smaller sidewall will actually help him in the towing area, as there will be less "bounce". Beyond that, it's a 2wd dually, it's not likely to see the Rubicon.

There is a guy on here, though I don't recall his name. He's posted in the problems section a good bit about a random issue he's been having. 2wd dually on some nice wheels. His signature has a good image of it, spiked lug nuts.
Oh ya, your thinking of that guy w/ the silver truck. Cant think of his name either; he's a rarity to see posting. Isn't it Freddy or something??

I agree; bigger wheels with some nice OTR tires would make a decent towing setup. Alas, I dont think thats going to be the case here.

Lol @ the Rubicon comment.
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my bros 99 on 24" petes

only pics ive got






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