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Old 03-01-2007, 02:51 PM
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bigger tires/lift with stock 20's

im really wanting to get some bigger wheel's/tires under my truck, and i really want 20's, but right now i cant afford the wheels, tires, and lift. so im thinking keeping my stock rims, since IMHO they look alot like rockstars. only thing im wondering is if the backspacing is right, for them to look good lifted, with bigger tires.

anybody have a lift with stock 20's? pics? i mean, i COULD buy rims too, but thats the moneyt hat i want to spend on a better lift upgrade, over a cheapo, and also want to get turbo back, and SCT at the same time. but i do really like the stock wheel's, so im thinking about this
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im really wanting to get some bigger wheel's/tires under my truck, and i really want 20's, but right now i cant afford the wheels, tires, and lift. so im thinking keeping my stock rims, since IMHO they look alot like rockstars. only thing im wondering is if the backspacing is right, for them to look good lifted, with bigger tires.

anybody have a lift with stock 20's? pics? i mean, i COULD buy rims too, but thats the moneyt hat i want to spend on a better lift upgrade, over a cheapo, and also want to get turbo back, and SCT at the same time. but i do really like the stock wheel's, so im thinking about this
i think it all depends on how big of tires you want to go.....if i were you i woudl go with a better lift and staying with the stock rims for now and then upgrade those later when the funds are there... if you go cheap on the lift now youll regret it later.....
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I got 20" with 38" on them checck out my garage
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so anybody have a pic of a truck with stock 20's, with bigger tires?
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so anybody have a pic of a truck with stock 20's, with bigger tires?
Mine are aftermarket 20's, sorry
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ohh well, guess ill just go with 18" rockstar chromies... should look ok.
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18s with 37s look Bad Azz IMO, I think you would be just fine with that for a while.
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I have seen guys put larger wheels on the stock 20's, but not sure if i've seen 37's on them. You could always call a shop like four wheel parts, or any other 4 wheel drive shop and they could probably tell you. Someone knows!
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ohh well, guess ill just go with 18" rockstar chromies... should look ok.
You have a PM
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I am really having a hard time deciding if I like those rockstars or not.....There's just something about them that I don't like....not sure what the heck it is.
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