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I have a ready to go set of Big Rig Alcoa 22.5's with (255 70 22.5) tires. These have 4-aluminum wheels and 2 steel inners. I have a another full set of tires in the event you find another set of wheels down the road or have tire issues.

These come with the steel adapeters and I think all the lug covers are there and I have all 4 center caps.

Found a Kodiak Diesel truck that I would like to have that is lowered with milled down 22's.

So you get a total of 12-tires with this deal ready to rock and roll!

The ultimate in Truck Porn!

Asking $2900.00 obo located near Farmington, NM zip code 87401

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Thanks for looking and may God Bless!
 

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nice truck. how big of a lift did you have on that truck? I have a 4 inch on mine and just trying to decide if Im high enough to make 22.5s look nice
 

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your plenty high enough im at stock height and im running 255's there about a 36 inch tire i seen this truck on ebay not to long ago its pretty nice as well
 

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You can run 22.5's with a leveling kit.....but 4" would look killer..my kit is a 6inch fabtech..I already had the lift on the truck and I was running 37inch tires on rockstar wheels.....

Price reduced to $2500.00 obo...

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Would these fit a 99?
 

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yes sir...they would fit your 99..the adapters are for a 1999-2004 F350 Dually....

Thanks in advance,

Aaron
 
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