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Old 01-25-2011, 08:35 AM
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My 2011 Ford F350 W/ 22.5" Alcoa Pics

Well I got them on. I did it myself with nothing but hand tools last night. I have to say it was a job. I'm 28 years old and still woke up very sore this morning. Anyways, they turned out perfect. I have only driven them for about 10 miles so far but they seem to ride pretty dang good. I haven't had them trued or balanced or anything but have no vibration that I can tell. My speedo is way off at 8 mph off. It saying 62 when gps says 70. The only issue I see is that my mudflap in the back is actually touching the wheel. I don't really know what to do with it or if it is even hurting anything. My truck is all stock suspension and there is no rubbing in the front. It is very close to the inner plastic when I turn but hasn't even touched it yet. I may trim some of it just to be safe. Here's a few crappy pics...











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Dang son. That thing looks bad a$$. Need to change the pic in your signature now. I wish I had a dually just so I could do this.
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Old 01-25-2011, 09:09 AM
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Very nice
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Now that looks good with the 22.5's. Very Nice!!!!

first 6.7 with big wheels i've seen, and man those look like they fit that truck much better than any others ive seen. I normally laugh at trucks with alcoa's, but man that looks nice tho!

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Old 01-25-2011, 09:14 AM
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Looks great!

Suggestion: Pull the rear wheels and drill a hole through the flap and the lip on the fender. Put a bolt through the hole from the tire side and put a nylock nut on the backside of the fender lip. It will pull the flap back from the tires. From your pic, it looks like there's room for it to pull back.

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Old 01-25-2011, 09:22 AM
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Looks really good!
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Looks very good
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Awesome truck!
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Are you concerned at all about rubbing the back tires when you put a load on it?
or do you even haul?
jw...because those rear tires are awfully close to the fender
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Looks badazz man
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