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Old 03-23-2012, 04:42 PM
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what rims???

Hey guys - getting ready to update the rims and tires on my 03 king ranch. Looking to go up to 18's and looking for some advice and pics of what you guys are running!
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Old 03-23-2012, 05:40 PM
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i just ordered Fuel Hostage all black in 20" with 35s. hopefully will get them in about a week. will post a pic when i do.

But this is a very vague question. What do you like? Chrome? Black? Black and machined look? A wheel that has some "Dish" to it or prefer something more flush looking? Rimzone.com is now selling the Rockstars in Camo. if you like that kinda thing. Web search is your best friend. Post up your preferences, so we can give you some ideas.
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Im looking for some new wheels as well, and i had a question or two as well. and im very sorry i dont mean to hijack your thread just figured it would be better to ask in here incase you had the same questions.

Our trucks wheels are hub centric, correct? are most after market wheels, for our trucks, as well?

And what is the stock offset and back spacing? if i want them to stick out a little bit but not alot what offset and back spacing should i look at?

Again sorry if im hijacking.
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Thanx for some of the suggestions!! I was thinking about the black rockstars but not sure if they're yesturdays style!

What do you guys think chrome or black or chrome and black..lol

Truck is the king ranch green so looking for some feedback!
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hey guys i was looking to get 17 inch fuel hostages with 36 inch iroks but i just wanted to know what kind of offset should i go with or if yall had advice i appreciate it
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Thanx for some of the suggestions!! I was thinking about the black rockstars but not sure if they're yesturdays style!

What do you guys think chrome or black or chrome and black..lol

Truck is the king ranch green so looking for some feedback!
I personally hate the rock stars. Everyone has them. But thats just me. I think any color option will look good. Thats up to you and your wallet. Lol

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hey guys i was looking to get 17 inch fuel hostages with 36 inch iroks but i just wanted to know what kind of offset should i go with or if yall had advice i appreciate it
10" wide -24 offset.

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Im looking for some new wheels as well, and i had a question or two as well. and im very sorry i dont mean to hijack your thread just figured it would be better to ask in here incase you had the same questions.

Our trucks wheels are hub centric, correct? are most after market wheels, for our trucks, as well?

And what is the stock offset and back spacing? if i want them to stick out a little bit but not alot what offset and back spacing should i look at?

Again sorry if im hijacking.
Don't know about the hub centric question. But for offset, it all depends on what width wheel your looking for. A 10" wide wheel you would want -24 which is 4.5" back space. Would stick out roughly 1"+\- this is mine with flares.

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