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Old 08-30-2005, 07:32 PM
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Ever wondered what ____ looks like on your truck?

Well, this is my poor photoshop job. I have been wanting to buy rims for my truck, but can not afford it right now, so I figured I would at least see how they look on the truck first.

If I can get this upload to work, there will be a before and after picture of it.

Tell me what you think!



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That is badass. they look kool also.
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Old 08-30-2005, 10:46 PM
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Wow, well done! Photoshop rocks!!!
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Old 08-30-2005, 11:42 PM
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Photoshop for free on limewire!

Nice job! Although the rear is just a bit off, you have an idea of what you want. I think there should be an online site that's updated every week with every single wheel that is out there, and every vehicle that they can be mounted on. You never know just how good or bad something will look until you see it on! I've heard of a program called soft wheels, but when I used it at a local Tire Barn it wasn't all that I thought it would be.
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Old 08-31-2005, 02:43 AM
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Nice turbotime! When I had my Wrangler I recall a site where you could try different tire SIZES to see how it looked on the Jeep but not rims.
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http://tirerack.com has a interactive view of the wheels that they have tested and know to fit, how every there combos are limited.


oh and turbotime, that doesn't look like a safe place to park, espeacially with your tires turned down hill, hehe
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Old 08-31-2005, 11:09 AM
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thanks!

thanks for the tips and the compliments!

The only problem with the interactive systems is trying to find ones that actually do duallies. I would be shocked if I found one that would actually match my truck...2WD, single cab, dually. It is pretty unique, so I usually resort to photoshop. It gets the jest what it would look like! Not to mention that I have fun with it anyways. Maybe I'll post the pic that I did of my truck with 24's. It is just as a joke, and really did not come out very well, but is funny, nonetheless!!


Rememer, this one is just for the hell of it!!!

EDIT: Forgot to say... 99Smokin73Stoker, thanks for the tip , I can totally see what you are talking about, I think that I will fix it when I get the chance!

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