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Old 06-07-2010, 08:47 AM
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PICS of White trucks with 18's or 20's

I am ready to buy rims but do not know what kind I want, leaning towards black and chrome since my truck is white, but I want something that sticks out alot, was thinking about a 20x12 mazzi, but I want to see some pics of others before I spend $2000 +
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btw i have a 4" lift wanting to do a 35x13.5
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There's a pic in my sig just 17 s tho
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Old 06-07-2010, 09:33 AM
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BMF

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MotoMetal

MKW

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I am partial to the BMF, because those are what I bought. My other favorite is a design by RBP. I have seen a couple trucks being sold brand new but lifted w/ after market wheels and the were using the XD's. If I had a white truck I would probably stick with an all chrome wheel also. I think all these brands will be less than $2000, without meats. Have fun and post some pics.
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Im a big fan of BMF wheels. Great designs and not too common. I see hulks everywhere around here. I have the XD diesels that I had powdercoated. Pic in sig
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not trying to pay $1500 for just a set of wheels, anyone running wide 20's on 35's?
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this is a pic of my old truck. 18x9.5 with 35x12.5 i also ran 16x8, 16x10, and 16x12 on this truck. I think the best size was the 10" wide. on my new truck i am running 20s'

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2.5" Leveling Kit, 18" XD Badlands, 325/60/18 Nitto Terra Grapplers


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Here is my hog 20" moto metal 959s on 35" nitto terras, missing the centers up front cause i like to have easy access to hubs.
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