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Old 11-28-2008, 12:01 PM
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18x8 pics with 305 rubber please!!

Hey guys looking to get 2" spacers for my truck and "upgrade" to factory 2005-2007 rims. Probably the 8 hole ones that are 18x8

Just looking for pics to see how they look

Also want to get 305 BFG All terrains, but any pics will do and help me out

Thanks!!
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Wondering if anyones done this, and any pictures from the 99-2007 18" wheels would be great

The more the better!
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Anyone?
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I have 305 goodyear a/ts on 16x10 mickey thompsons. I can email you a pic if you want because I cant figure out how to post a Pic
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Sure that would be good man
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heres mine with 18" king ranch rims. i dont have spacers so they sat under funny. just took them off though.


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i dont know if you would want to do a 3" up front unless you do something to the back also. i just put 315's on my stock rims (which cleared without a leveling kit) then put a leveling kit on and now the truck looks like a baja racer
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Old 12-01-2008, 10:23 AM
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haha, lovin the smoke man!
those look pretty good, why did you take them off?

I'd have to get 2" spacers if I got the rims. And then a 3" lift on the front end.
Spacers are half the price of the rims

Thanks for the pics
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Old 12-01-2008, 10:27 AM
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took them off because i wanted to run 315's and didnt want to buy the spacers and a leveling kit. ya spacers are expensive. how much are the rims your looking at?
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