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Old 01-07-2009, 06:45 AM
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Would you do this trade??

Right now, the truck is currently on 20x10 Eagle 114's with 37x13.50x20 Interco Super Swamper M16s and I like the way it looks quite a bit. I've been wanting a set of 24's now for quite awhile, and I got an offer of some 24x11s with 65% tread toyo open country m/t's on them. Love the way they look on his truck, meeting up to see how they'd look on my truck, but would you trade my rim/tire setup (tires have about 8k miles on them) for the 24s with 65% tread toyos? Pics of my truck and his included.

Mine with my wheels/tires:



His with the 24s I want:


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Old 01-07-2009, 06:46 AM
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The pic of his truck isnt showing up
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IMHO the 24's don't have enough tire around them to look right.
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Old 01-07-2009, 06:49 AM
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The 24s look like a$$ IMO (not trying to sugar coat it )
I would stick wiuth what you got.
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IMHO the 24's don't have enough tire around them to look right.
I agree. But it is YOUR truck not mine.
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I like your 20's better, but thats my .02
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I agree. But it is YOUR truck not mine.
Very true. He asked for opinions though....
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Keep what ya got Jason if you get those 24's you not gonna like the price to replace those tires when wore out probably 2400-2800 bucks for new Toyo's
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Keep what ya got Jason if you get those 24's you not gonna like the price to replace those tires when wore out probably 2400-2800 bucks for new Toyo's

That's the only thing that's kinda holding me back, but I looked and the SS m16s that I have now, are only $430/tire for 37/24s which is only gonna run me about $400 more for all 4 than 37/20s.

I'm not sure why, but I love the look of some 24s on a superduty, and have had my eye out for a set for awhile now.
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Very true. He asked for opinions though....

Oh trust me, opions are what I wanted, I mean as my wife says in the end I'm gonna do what I want anyways, but it never hurts to ask others what they think.
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