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Old 01-17-2009, 11:02 AM
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Need pics of 22's

Ok, I got a deal I couldn't pass on. Brand new 22" chrome BMF Novakanes w/ brand new 325/50R22 BFG A/T KO's. I want to see some pics with a similar setup on a leveled truck or maybe a 4" lift. I don't know if they're gonna look ghetto or not.
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so I take it that you bought the wheels??? and IMO never really liked a rubber band around the wheels look
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so I take it that you bought the wheels??? and IMO never really liked a rubber band around the wheels look
It's a long story but I've already got the tires. I figure I'll slap them on to at least see what they look like. I've got to order the wheels next week.
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Old 01-17-2009, 11:11 AM
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ic ic.... well it may not look that bad but I guess it just depends on the setup
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ic ic.... well it may not look that bad but I guess it just depends on the setup
I only found 1 pic on Trucktoyz website with a similar setup. The description claims it's a 2" leveling kit with 22" wheels and 325/50R22 tires



These are the wheels I'm getting

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Old 01-17-2009, 11:19 AM
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well if that is only a 2'' leveling kit... and you would get a 4'' lift then you should be able to get a little more rubber on there but that doesn't look too bad... like i said to me it just really depends on what the wheels look like and what style of tires you do get.... but those wheels do look good IMO
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Old 01-17-2009, 11:21 AM
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well if that is only a 2'' leveling kit... and you would get a 4'' lift then you should be able to get a little more rubber on there but that doesn't look too bad... like i said to me it just really depends on what the wheels look like and what style of tires you do get.... but those wheels do look good IMO
Let's just say that I gave less for the whole setup than the tires alone cost....
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well then you can't go wrong with trying them on.... and if all else fails you might be able to make a little bit of money
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well then you can't go wrong with trying them on.... and if all else fails you might be able to make a little bit of money
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Thats a good looking wheel right there, I cant wait to see those on your truck
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