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Old 02-23-2014, 08:01 PM
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Wheels and Tires for 2012 F350 4X4

Hello All,
New to the forum. I own a 2012 F350 dually 4X4. I bought it new and now I want to replace the original wheels and tires. I don't want to raise the truck just want a different look. The truck is the pearl white. Any suggestions?
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Old 02-26-2014, 03:59 AM
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i think the american force and fuel wheels look nice on the dually trucks. not sure what your budget is, but those are a couple different options depending on what you want to spend.
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American eagle, worx, and a couple others have several styles of dually wheels to choose from in the 17 inch size. Do a search for dually wheels, and you'll come up with a site that sells them. American force are some beautiful wheels, they are expensive though! And you'd be going up to a 19.5,20 or 22.5 most likely with that brand. They just launched a 20 inch wheel in a couple styles that I think would look great on dually trucks, plus the your tire selection with 20s is so much greater...

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My father in law has Ion wheels on his dually. Looks different for sure, and didn't break the bank. Not sure if they make 'em big enough for the new trucks though.
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