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Black truck. Black or chrome wheels?

I have an 03 f250. 10 inch lift, Has 40s on it now but going to 38x15.50 toyos on chrome 20x14 fuel hostage or either 38x15.50 mickey atz's on 20x14 black rockstar wheels. What do you guys think will look the best?



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considering your bumpers, I'd say black is the only way to go.



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I'm going to agree on black wheels

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