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Old 05-11-2014, 03:10 PM
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has anyone put trim rings on their stock steel rims

I have a 2014 f250 with the stock silver steel rims and chrome centers. It's a company truck so I am trying not to spend much money on it but I will be driving it for a long time. Has anyone ever put trim rings on these things or done anything else to make them look a little better?
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I'd just keep your eye on CL... Always guys looking to unload there factory wheels.
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Old 05-12-2014, 03:33 PM
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I'd just keep your eye on CL... Always guys looking to unload there factory wheels.
Thanks. I am trying not to spend $500 or more or really anything on used rims unless they are dirt cheap since it's not my truck and will be giving it back to the leasing company at some point. I did get the windows tinted, added mud flaps, vent shades and am adding air bags since I get to tow my enclosed car trailer to the races with it but that's just about my limit. Just thought maybe some other guys had some outside the box type thinking what to do with these things.
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Plastic dip them... That seems to be the fad these days... No matter what you do, you will spend a few hundred...
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This is just the CL close to me... but BRAND new for $675... Hold on to the old ones, when it goes back swap it back and you can resell them.

http://seattle.craigslist.org/est/pts/4456256925.html
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