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View Poll Results: Which do you like more?
Number 1. Dick Cepek's 21 47.73%
Number 2. Pro-Comp's 23 52.27%
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Old 05-15-2010, 06:42 PM
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Question Vote for my next wheels

Need some new wheels and I'm buying on a budget. Just looking for some input as i like both of these. Vote's would be appreciated

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I voted #2 because it seems like everyone has the DC's. Plus, the #2 are nice and simple without being too flashy and look like a truck wheel.

I have a similar style in American Racing but with less circles but bigger. Very clean looking.
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I voted for #2
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I voted number 2 cuase I just really do not like the look of the DC-1s on any truck
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I would vote neither but out of the two I would vote #1. Number 2 is just a little too old school for me. I for one like the newer, flashier wheels on the market now.
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I would vote neither but out of the two I would vote #1. Number 2 is just a little too old school for me. I for one like the newer, flashier wheels on the market now.
Don't get me wrong, it's a nice wheel, but it's so played out, everyone has them. It's like that really good song you hear on the radio but by weeks end, everyone else is playing it every hour and now your just tired of it.
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Don't get me wrong, it's a nice wheel, but it's so played out, everyone has them. It's like that really good song you hear on the radio but by weeks end, everyone else is playing it every hour and now your just tired of it.
You're saying number 1 is played out or number 2?

And if yall can, try to imagine them in flat black. Because as soon as i get them I'll be painting them flat black with bbq grill paint.
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I'm honestly so indifferent on them i can't decide. I really like them both (for the price at least)
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what size?
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You're saying number 1 is played out or number 2?

And if yall can, try to imagine them in flat black. Because as soon as i get them I'll be painting them flat black with bbq grill paint.
Wouldn't it be better to just buy a similar wheel that comes powdercoated in black? Would hold up a lot better than just spray paint. Plus they should be cheaper to purchase than if you were buying them in chrome/polish.
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