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post #1 of 3 Old 05-14-2013, 06:25 AM Thread Starter
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So I am planning on getting a lift, tires, and wheels this summer. i really love the look of big rig trucks and want to apply that look to my truck. I know i can get Alcoa wheels with the adapters but that route is just so expensive. Plus i only have a SRW truck. After a little researching I stubbled across the Micky Thompson Classic Big Rigs. Was wondering if anyone had them. I really want black wheels and they only come in chrome. Probably would just powercoat them. Should i go this route or just stick to regular wheels? Also any pics of big rig wheels would help my decision.




Picture of my truck now. Since i have stacks I want the big rig wheels to complete the look


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I haven't seen those before but they look nice!

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It will cost you to have them powdercoated. To me, that aluminum version looks good.
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