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Old 05-25-2009, 01:06 PM
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Ballistic wheels question

I'm fed up with my BMF's. I got some new caps for them last Friday and THEY STILL DON'T FIT!!! Anyway, ever since I've seen them, I've liked the look of the Ballistic Enigma but they only come in black. Or do they? When I get on Ballistic's website and I click on the enigma, here's what it shows

www.BallisticOffRoad.com

But, when I click on the picture, it shows this

http://www.ballisticoffroad.com/imag...0%20Chrome.jpg

I looked in our inventory at work but couldn't find a part # for the Enigma in chrome. (We are a tire/wheel distributor). Do you know if they're offered in chrome/ will be offered in chrome?
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Thanks for the question whitelongbed.

The Balistic wheels are very nice. I have the Jesters on my truck. I looked into this the best I can and it looks like they are only making the Enigma in black at this time. At one point they were talking about bringing chrome in but they don't have any plans of doing so now. If I hear anything else on this I'll let you know.

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What would be the best offset of wheels for a 2006 F250? Don't want them sticking out passed the fender wells for a stock look. No lift
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It really depends on the width of the wheel but you'll need something in the mid offset range.
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