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Old 02-09-2014, 11:52 AM
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Got some 18x12s

I've been looking for 18x12s for months now and I finally found some Ion Forged Terminator 18x12s with -51mm offset

They're really dirty and originally chrome. I had a friend go pick them up as I'm away at college so I'm hoping to go home soon to get tires mounted on em and mount them on my truck. They were painted black so I'm hoping that will hold up, but time will tell.







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Old 02-09-2014, 12:40 PM
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How much did you pay? The black should hold up longer then the chrome would if it was done right.
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Old 02-09-2014, 01:18 PM
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I keep thinking I'd like to try going to a 12 wide, just kinda scared it will look to wide, and not tall enough....be sure to post it's when ya get them installed
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I only paid $400! The only place I can find online that still has their prices up for these things is almost $450 per rim.

I'll be sure to put pics up. It's definitely going to look very wide and not tall because that's what I'm going for. I'm only running a leveling kit with 33s
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Old 02-09-2014, 02:20 PM
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Yea I've only got a leveling kit too, but I'm wanting to run a 35s
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$450 a rim seems like a total rip off lol and I never seen rims that high of a price. The most expensive rim I saw were $350 and that's because they're Robby Gordon's.
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$450 a rim seems like a total rip off lol and I never seen rims that high of a price. The most expensive rim I saw were $350 and that's because they're Robby Gordon's.
have you priced a set of american force wheels? lol 650 a piece is the cheapest rim they sell. but ya for the ion wheels i wouldnt think theyd be any more than 250 a piece new. thats how much my 20x10 fuels were.
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have you priced a set of american force wheels? lol 650 a piece is the cheapest rim they sell. but ya for the ion wheels i wouldnt think theyd be any more than 250 a piece new. thats how much my 20x10 fuels were.
I'm looking at a set of 16x8 fuel XD rims they're only $130/piece but then again they're 16's and I don't wanna go bigger then that.
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Old 02-09-2014, 05:07 PM
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Yea when ya stay small it doesn't cost to much...kinda the same thing with tires...
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Nice find. Those look sick!
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