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Old 04-25-2011, 12:50 PM
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Installed 37x13.5/r22 m-16s on 22x11 Xd Cranks

Love them had a bunch of thread about rims this is what I went with. More pics to come when it's nice out. let me know what you think.
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Old 04-26-2011, 06:11 AM
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First I've seen with those wheels... Just a question though, do you think it looks like the m16s are a skinnier tire than the majority of 13.50 wide tires? Mine seem really skinny to me, but I can't tell if I'm just imagining or not.....
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Mine look pretty wide, may Just Be a skinnier rim? What are you runnin ?
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Old 04-26-2011, 01:28 PM
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First I've seen with those wheels... Just a question though, do you think it looks like the m16s are a skinnier tire than the majority of 13.50 wide tires? Mine seem really skinny to me, but I can't tell if I'm just imagining or not.....
Do you have pics you can post up? Id like to see how the 20x9 Nova's sit on your truck, I'm thinking about going with them myself. Sorry for the hijack...
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the tread design doesnt go all the way out to the sidewall on all the lugs which makes it looks skinnier. looks good though man, hope you have better luck with the m16s than I or anyone else I know did...
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Why what problems did you have with them? I got em for really cheap so either way!
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Looking good. How's the ride on a bigger wheel compared to a smaller wheel? I have the same size Toyo tire but on a 17.

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Why what problems did you have with them? I got em for really cheap so either way!
If I remember right the belts separated on 3 or all of his tires.... Not sure if it was coincidence or not? Mine have all held up great and I've got no complaints.

My width is only 9" on the wheel so maybe that's the deal....

Also, don't know if you heard but the company that makes tires for interco, denman, went bankrupt and now interco currently has no one to make tires.... When I got mine last July I was told there was 1 more after mine at the interco warehouse..... I heard they're tryin to find someone but molds can't be released until after the proceedings are finished so it could be a while...
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Old 04-26-2011, 09:30 PM
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The ride is great I really don't notice a huge difference the turning radius is gonna be hard to get used to.

And I did hear about them going out of business and it sucks to hear about them messing up on him hopefully I dont have crappy luck like that!

Ill put up some better pics tmrw, I can't get over how much bigger it looks with them on.
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Old 04-27-2011, 08:18 PM
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heres one more, still not great quality
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