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Old 12-20-2008, 09:32 PM
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New wheels/tires

My wife (with my help) got me some new wheels and tires for Christmas. I think they are gonna look sweet. I am itching for xmas day so I can pull the truck into the garage and try 'em on. LOL. Lets see if I can get the picts on here.
They are DRIV-Devilslide, black 18"x9"- 8x170 wrapped in 325/65/18 (35"x13.5") Pro Comp xtreme A/T rubber.

BTW, for all you Canadians looking for wheel/tire combo's, KXWHEELS.com out of Surry B.C. Has smokin' deals. I could not (and I tried) find a better deal anywhere. Call them, ask for Colin and tell him Shane from Fort McMurray sent you. You won't be disappointed.

maybe not on the picts. Check 'em out here: F-Series & SuperDuty Diesel Forums
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I'm curious how much it cost to ship those things up to you... Looking at their website now.

Thanks.
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Awesome...keep us updated with the new pics. I dont think the link will work without a login. What size lift do you have. I'm wanting to go with the same wheel and tire sizes after the first of the year.
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BTW, I have been wandering about the 325/60/18 actually being a 35"x12.5" so I just did the math. It actually comes out to be 33"x12.79". If there is a 325/70/18, that comes out to 35"x12.79". I hope there is because I want 35s and the toyo a/t's don't come in standard measurments.
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I'm curious how much it cost to ship those things up to you... Looking at their website now.

Thanks.

Shipping is included.
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Awesome...keep us updated with the new pics. I dont think the link will work without a login. What size lift do you have. I'm wanting to go with the same wheel and tire sizes after the first of the year.
Just a 2" leveling kit installed. Colin swears they will fit.
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BTW, I have been wandering about the 325/60/18 actually being a 35"x12.5" so I just did the math. It actually comes out to be 33"x12.79". If there is a 325/70/18, that comes out to 35"x12.79". I hope there is because I want 35s and the toyo a/t's don't come in standard measurments.

325/65/18 has the standard eq. written on the tire as well 35x 13.5
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325/65/18 has the standard eq. written on the tire as well 35x 13.5


I gues it is what it says it is...I just don't understand why it comes out different when you figure it long hand.

Anyway, I'd love to see it when you get them on. Hopefully it will give me an idea of what mine will look like. I don't know what lift is on mine, it was on there with the stock wheels and tires when I got it. All I can tell so far are the shocks, a drop bracket for the front track bar and about a 1 1/2" spacer under the rear leafs. From the finish of the drop bracket, it looks to be Pro Comp.
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1010tires.com check out the tire size calculator
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BTW, for all you Canadians looking for wheel/tire combo's, KXWHEELS.com out of Surry B.C. Has smokin' deals. I could not (and I tried) find a better deal anywhere. Call them, ask for Colin and tell him Shane from Fort McMurray sent you. You won't be disappointed.

Thanks for the link there not to far away from me ill book mark it for future use.
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