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well i just got a 2010 f250 and im wanting to get some new rims and i cant find what im looking for so i wanted to see if any one knew of any like what i want.

all i see out there are "bling" rims I DO NOT LIKE BLING RIMS...

im wanting some thing like the first generation hummer has. kinda like a rock crawler or mudding truck rim and tire

like a bead lock or double bead lock not relay sure about what exactly they are called i have never been in to trucks that much but i need this truck to pull my mustang.

i am wanting some thing that is like a brushed alu center with a black outer ring if that makes any since.

i am thinking i want like a 18 or 16.5 inch rim but i dont know how the 16.5 would do with towing or how hard it would be to find tires for the 16.5

im also wanting them to be larger than stock tires like a 35 or 36 inch tire or a 37 but i dont know if it would fit because i am NOT lifting it.

any ideas on places to start looking for some rims like this
 

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Your prabubly couldnt get 35 or up tires on the truck without lifting it.
 

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Congrads on the new truck Pieperz. Here's some 18" wheel options for you.

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Without a lift I would recommend a 285/65R18 for the easiest fit. If you don't mind cranking up the torsion bars you can get a way with a 295/65R18. If you decide to do a proper leveling kit a 295/70R18 is an option.

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Congrads on the new truck Pieperz. Here's some 18" wheel options for you.

Wheel Products - Discount Tire Direct

Without a lift I would recommend a 285/65R18 for the easiest fit. If you don't mind cranking up the torsion bars you can get a way with a 295/65R18. If you decide to do a proper leveling kit a 295/70R18 is an options.

Link: Search Tires by size: Tire Search By Size - Discount Tire Direct

Let us know if we can help you with a wheel and tire package. We guarantee the lowest delivered price. Shipping is FREE.
see i still feel like most of them are kinda blingie im wanting some thing more like my attachment. but i would want them to look new and not beat to hell just yet

and about a leveling kit it doesn't seem to me like the front is lower at all but i may be wrong it is a 4x4 if that makes any difference
 

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well i just got a 2010 f250 and im wanting to get some new rims and i cant find what im looking for so i wanted to see if any one knew of any like what i want.

all i see out there are "bling" rims I DO NOT LIKE BLING RIMS...

im wanting some thing like the first generation hummer has. kinda like a rock crawler or mudding truck rim and tire

like a bead lock or double bead lock not relay sure about what exactly they are called i have never been in to trucks that much but i need this truck to pull my mustang.

i am wanting some thing that is like a brushed alu center with a black outer ring if that makes any since.

i am thinking i want like a 18 or 16.5 inch rim but i dont know how the 16.5 would do with towing or how hard it would be to find tires for the 16.5

im also wanting them to be larger than stock tires like a 35 or 36 inch tire or a 37 but i dont know if it would fit because i am NOT lifting it.

any ideas on places to start looking for some rims like this

I don't think you can go any smaller than 18" rims on the 2010 because of the brake size. Even if you could 16.5" rims aren't very popular, neither are tires to fit them. Which stock rims do you have? And what is wrong with those? They will perform fine for hauling there are a few guys running up to 37's on stock rims.
 

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I don't think you can go any smaller than 18" rims on the 2010 because of the brake size. Even if you could 16.5" rims aren't very popular, neither are tires to fit them. Which stock rims do you have? And what is wrong with those? They will perform fine for hauling there are a few guys running up to 37's on stock rims.
there is nothing wrong with the stock rims and im not sure which ones i have

im kinda mod crazy when it comes to cars my mustang is more of a track car than a drivable car and i have been driving it every day but its ok because now i can tow it to track events.
 
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