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Old 09-24-2010, 08:15 AM
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Royal Red/Pueblo Gold 08-10 F250/350 CCLB PICS?

If you have a Royal Red/Pueblo Gold 2008 - 2010 CCLB please post pictures. I have gone through so many posts and am not finding many.

Looking for wheel ideas, etc.

Already have windows tinted, brush guard on, nerf bars, tool box, bedliner (coming soon) and some other misc things.

Trying to decide if I want to keep the stock wheels or get some new ones and just see what others with this color are doing to their trucks.

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Old 09-25-2010, 06:52 PM
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well i kinda got what your looking for. not to many royal red trucks. I've had ultra predators and bmf novakane's. and may be another style next year


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Here's one of mine and there is another in my sig.

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BTW. I have been in the same predicament. I have been thinking ever since I bought the truck of what wheels I want and I just keep going back to just keeping the factorys. They look great and fit the look that I am going for.
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BTW. I have been in the same predicament. I have been thinking ever since I bought the truck of what wheels I want and I just keep going back to just keeping the factorys. They look great and fit the look that I am going for.
2008-2010 factory 20s are by far the nicest rims ever put on a truck from the factory!

Will they run a 37 x 13.5 without issues??

I like all the royal red trucks. That color looks 10X better in person that it does on the web.

The local dealer has a 2011 RR/Gold two tone Lariat. My wife had to pry me away from it the other day. It was amazing!!!!

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Those both look really good, thanks for the pics.

Robert, did(do) you have issues with the TPMS with those tires? What PSI are you running?
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I have had zero issues with the factory 20's. Everyone says they are too narrow (which really they are), but I have 15000 miles on them now and they look great and are wearing very good. I rotate them every 5000 miles. As far as TPMS, yes it stays on all the time. The rear on the F350 longbed is set for like 85 psi. I have 55 psi all the way around. I put a piece of tape over the light and just clear the message everytime. Its a pita but you get used to it. It's definitely not the first truck I have had to do it too and I'm sure it wont be the last.
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Is there any way for a tuner to go in and turn the TPMS off???

What a government crock!

Our new work trucks all have that stupid light turned on because the guys can't stand to ride them off road with 80 lbs. of air in them!
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Read here...

Any new word on hacking the TPMS?
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