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Old 03-24-2009, 05:58 PM
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Need Pics of 35's, PLEASE....

Need some help fellas. Going to be getting a set of Procomp 7089 (16x8) series flat black rims this week, but cant decide on a set of tires. Gonna be 35's. Looking at Toyo M/T's, Procomp MXT's, and Procomp AXT's, maybe even BFG A/T's...

Hoping you guys can post some pics of any of these on your truck to help me out... Thanks
Oh ya, and how wide is everyones rims???

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I think i might be leaning toward the Procomp XAT's. Mainly for price but i've seen a couple sets around town and think they look pretty good.

I do have a question though, what would the difference be between mounting them on a 16x8 rim or a 16x10 rim? I dont want them to look balloned out like some BFG A/Ts look on wide rims. Is the tread wide enough on the XAT's to not do this?
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If I can give you any advise, go at least 17" wheels. I had 16X9 moto metals with 315/75/16 on my CCLB 7.3 and kicked myself the day I bought them. the tire are options are so much greater and better load ratings for 17 and higher.

They cost more but they really will save you frustration down the road.
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How do the 35's affect aceleration on a stock geared truck, also do you think you can get better mpg's on the highway since you turn less rpm's
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Pro Comp X=Terrains, My rims are 17x10
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hmm dont want to work this time i guess. Here is the link..

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