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Old 11-21-2006
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wow i guess mines dumb.....but i have gotten alot of comments on it....not from some of the dee dee dee's on here but alot here alot in person and surprisingly some old people to......lol...paint it comming soon i have body work that needs done and dents that need fixed......
just my opinion.....i like your truck, just not the wheels on it.....
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i think it would look cool
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there is a difference there mine is a truck and that is a car.....trucks lifted yes cars lifted no
cars lowered yes. trucks no
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that makes about as much sense as lowerin a truck
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Those are some nice looking wheels. I say go for it(if you can afford it) I know when it comes time to wheels and tires they can be expensive. I've always wanted to have a nice lifted truck with some 22"+ and some nice big trreads on them. Its all for show anyways, well for me at least.
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i say soild axle it run like 40s on 22s or 40s on 20s..being a midsize truck it would fill in great..id stick to waht you got now..
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your truck and your truck only would those look ok but way too much money for tires bro!! $$ Blades
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your truck and your truck only would those look ok but way too much money for tires bro!! $$ Blades
big wheel tires are just expensive to make for some reason..

kumho (sp?) makes a 37" tire runnin a 24" wheel 700 a pop..just a big wheel is harder to make or something..
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tires with big rims should be cheaper. less rubber
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tires with big rims should be cheaper. less rubber
so not the case... there's so many other factors when it comes to bigger rims and thinner tires....

but on the original topic.. .i think 22's would look dumb and its a waste of money..
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i say stay with 20's,with a better off set, and put some rubber on them

22's would be too much
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dude dont go any bigger...you are at the point that any bigger is going to look funny...22's on a fullsize are almost too big...i could not imagine them on your truck...hell im only planning on 20's
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Old 11-21-2006
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DO 22's AND IROKS!!! Screw what everyone else says, its your truck and 20's will cause you to have buyers emorse. pm me i can give you some decent tire prices online
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i mean i love the WHOLE big wheel big tire look..but your gunna run 22s i think you need to be at least 35s..and not tucked..so the more i think bout it..GO FOR IT..**** run them 24s..heck go big or go home..28s..

heck ive seen a 27" wheel on a 22" tire..has a lip but its wicked pimp-t-astic..
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22's or better. Thats all I have to say.

Go big or go home. Thats how we ride down here.




If it aint on 2's and up, you aint riddin at all. But that goes for heavy chevies and classics.

On trucks, you gotta ride 20's and up, on at least 37's to be big around here.

On cars, 24's aren't unusual, I saw 4 or 5 just today on my way to work (a 10 mile drive)
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Do it, and then cut me a deal on your 20's.
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the ever popular 37s on 22s on a superduty is getting old. but thats why they are on a superduty, 95% of them never go offroad. So if you wanna do something similar, then its fitting for you. its a street queen anyways,
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Personally I think 20's are too big for your truck. 17 to 19's is the biggest Id go, but what do i know, I have 17's and am completely happy with them.
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Personally I think 20's are too big for your truck. 17 to 19's is the biggest Id go, but what do i know, I have 17's and am completely happy with them.
\naaa she likes the big shoes.....i like the 20's i have now but i want them out of the wheel well some...i really dont want to buy new rims and tires (again) if iam going to stick with the same size
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