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Old 04-08-2014, 09:45 PM
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Figured I'd start a thread souly for the intent and knowledge of running semi wheels on our duallies, I've had them with steel wheels and now have alcoas to run but just wondering where everyone got the wheels, sizes, adapters, tires, how's the ride lifted lowered, mud and street let's go guys
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Old 04-14-2014, 07:28 PM
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Anyone running all terrains or mud terrain tires on milled 22.5 or 24.5's? Anyone have a tire recommendation? I'm looking to bring my Dually up a bit but want a good tire with some meat for those massive wheels I'm installing here soon, thanks in advance
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Man these dually threads don't get much love............

Here are my 10 lugs.....................Stock wheels that came on my f550







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Love em on my truck, everyone hates on them (wear parts out faster, ride like crap...) my truck rode like crap before with stock 16's and still rides like crap with the 22.5's, now it just looks better!
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Mine actually rides pretty good with 16's but I'm stock 2wd coil sprung those 19.5's look good tho, but I'm going with the 22's and low pro' till I lift and convert it and find tires
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Mine actually rides pretty good with 16's but I'm stock 2wd coil sprung those 19.5's look good tho, but I'm going with the 22's and low pro' till I lift and convert it and find tires
I have seen a few with the 22"s and they do look sweet. As long as the lower Load range is adequate you are good to go. I'm sure the load E that some 22"s have would of worked for me, I just chose to go with what was on it and stuck with 19.5 load G Continentals. I only run 90psi in them which is only 10 more than a load E...
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They have load ranges that fit my needs, I rarely haul at my max, which is 20k so with decent tires x 4 on the rear I should be pretty fine, I think I have some nitto420s tires in a 22 laying around anyway they should be well enough to gross mine out if needed
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what kind of a lift would you have to run to clear something like these on a 05?
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A 255\70\22.5 measure out to be a 36.4 inch tall tire and with a leveling kit, will fit no problem

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I'mso lost on what to do on my dually rim wise. I want to go bigger even if its just newer factory ones. My 16s are just ugly but I'd use them in the winter still. I don't want to get too crazy in price but I'd like to look different then everyone else around here. Not too many duallys on rims up here! I also don't tow, anything but my *** around town.
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