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Old 06-27-2013, 06:01 PM
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Let's See Some 22.5's

Like to see some 350 , 450, and 550's with 22.5's

Tossing around the idea of putting a set on my 550.

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Here is mine



2013 F350 22.5 American Force, tuck adapters, stock suspension
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I love the look of the 22.5, but the price tag aint to pretty lol.


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Old 06-28-2013, 04:14 PM
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This is a Harley F-450 I detailed for a Detroit Pistons player. The wheels looked cool, but the offset on the rear made them look stupid. I'm not sure if they're all like this, or someone didn't know what they were doing when they ordered because the rears stuck out so far but here's some pics for ya. Come to think of it, they may have been just 22's...but pretty close



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2013 F350 22.5 American Force, tuck adapters, stock suspension
Nice,

I have been looking into the standard Alcoa 22.5's. Don't want to fancy cause this is a work truck too.

but love the way they look. Might also bring my rpm's down a bit too.
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Old 07-05-2013, 01:58 PM
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This is a Harley F-450 I detailed for a Detroit Pistons player. The wheels looked cool, but the offset on the rear made them look stupid. I'm not sure if they're all like this, or someone didn't know what they were doing when they ordered because the rears stuck out so far but here's some pics for ya. Come to think of it, they may have been just 22's...but pretty close



Yeah those look like shaved down 22.5's or 24's. thats the only way to get a low pro tire like that on there. I pull to much weight for those but they look sweet.
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I love the look of the 22.5, but the price tag aint to pretty lol.


Tom
Yeah I hear ya.
Not too many options for for aftermarket direct bolt on 19.5 rims for the 10 lug 450-550's so u can run larger sized tires.

Reason I am toying with the idea of the 22.5's.
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Damn love the look, but those wheels stick out way to far....
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Old 07-05-2013, 03:29 PM
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Agreed they may have been 24's...it was a few years ago. the last time the truck came back through it had the stock wheels back on it. (i'm assuming the dummy curbed those ones all up) The style was decent looking, but the offset was all kinds of wrong.
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Agreed they may have been 24's...it was a few years ago. the last time the truck came back through it had the stock wheels back on it. (i'm assuming the dummy curbed those ones all up) The style was decent looking, but the offset was all kinds of wrong.
Running tires and off sets like that would last me about a week...LoL.

I have to pull over raised curbs, pot holes and out in the field daily... I'd have folded rims and blown tires...
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