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post #1 of 11 Old 06-22-2011, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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Just picked up soime rims!! now what?

Ok, i just picked up these rims and tires on CL, for 150 bucks, there 17x10 centerlines, with 285/75/17 bfg ats, got the tires separate for 200. So i am 400 with mount and balance into them. Now I havent put them on my truck, i have a stock height 99.5 f250 cc/lb. Will they fit stock? And also has anyone ever seen these rims? because i havent, im wondering if i should look for center caps, or can i run them without center caps, and would it look good?? Any comments would be appreciated

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since you already have the wheels and tires i would just put them on the truck and see if they fit. check the back side of the spokes a lot of manufactures will stamp the brand name on there. you can run without center caps it just wont look as good.
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Those are wild, never seen them before.

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They are centerlines, and I think they look cool, no one has seem to have seen them
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Those just take a standard push through style center cap.

Head to your local wheel and tire shop, or someone who stocks that kind of thing and find the right size for your wheel/hub

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those are some wild wheels


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I'm actually jealous. I like those allot. I'm running KMC on my truck, but I'm wishing I ran across those. I run my tires without center caps, just touched up my hubs and such a bit. I don't like showing "car cancer"

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thoes look fun to clean lol
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those were the lug nuts i picked up off ebay, too bad they were to big to get a socket on, i had to go with the tuner lug nuts, what yall think, maybe i outta level it, it barely clears the plastic on the bumper



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