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Old 04-11-2008, 03:09 PM
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Wheel and tire packages

Im looking for a website that i can play around with rims and tires and find out about pricing. Or if any one on here could throw a package together for me. Just starting to look around.

I want TOYO open country M/Ts 32" or 35" (depending on lift i get)

KMC XD series SPY 18" or possibly 20"

Im open to any other suggestions on wheels, im pretty sold on the TOYO's tho.

Thanks in advance guys.
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how about 4wheelparts.com
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im checkin it right now. last time i tried it, came out close to 5 grand i think. lemme check again tho.
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screw 4wheel parts.

check out rimzoneonline.com

way better deals.

-Chris
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:28 PM
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PM me the exact wheel package you want and ill try to beat it...
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try ayp tires on this site great prices on tires and rims
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Yep, give Raul@Stealth and Scott@AYP tires a try. They are both ORG vendors and great in the customer service department!
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I can probably get you the best price on the wheels but not even close on the Toyo's. Rimzone is who I used before I started selling and they seem to have the best price I have found for the Toyo's. They don't do the best balancing job though.
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what kinda tires can you set me up with? They dont HAVE to be toyos, i just like the way they look.

Im still shopping around, im thinking of either a 4inch lift or a 2.5" shackle lift in the front. 35s either way tho.

Between 18's and 20's what would you do?
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:47 PM
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my brother has 37" toyos on his truck and they do alright... most of us have switched to the pro comp extreme all terrains.... so far i have used them in the mud, sand, rocks, snow and street and they have performed great. i coudlnt be happier with them.

if your only going to go 35's i would only go with 18's unless you want to start paying 400+ for tires for the 20's
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