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its not such a big deal on the newer ones, like 2/3rds of the members here are running 15x10s
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Well, I've decided that since i want to be in shows with the truck, i'm going to just use those as show rims. I might even get the new American Racing RT-S 20inchers with some 35's for show.

BUT, for actual daily driving and whatnot, I'm going to have to find some different ones.

ANY SUGGESTIONS??
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its not such a big deal on the newer ones, like 2/3rds of the members here are running 15x10s

its not quite 2/3s but i can name off alot of people
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I'll Porbably be getting the black Rock crawlers cuase 'm gonna be getting the fx4 flares and I really like the look of this guys truck.

Sorry whosever pic this is, I really like your truck man!!
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hey waht about the kit RCD has for 2wd trucks... that is like 5.5 inches and coils, but idk if they are done with it or not
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dont get rockcrawlers not knocking the wheels its just the fact that everybody and their grandma has them. seem like every truck has them not just on here but everywhere. at least put some chrome bullet holes or something. hell white wagon wheels would even be different, wouldnt look that great but be different.
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hey Zach how much is that kit, any idear?
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not sure but my guess is its not too much lower than the 4wd kit prolly 1500 or something. but its a guess
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YEah, The RCD won't fit the Edges cause I already talked to one of the guys from RCD. And It's like 1500.

And if I got MT Classic 2s I'd be just like everyone else... No offense Zach, cause your truck is hot.

There's only like 5 offroad wheels that fit the ranger.
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dont get rockcrawlers not knocking the wheels its just the fact that everybody and their grandma has them. seem like every truck has them not just on here but everywhere. at least put some chrome bullet holes or something. hell white wagon wheels would even be different, wouldnt look that great but be different.

who cares they are cheap and low maintenance, thats why everyone has them.

if they work well they why change?!
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You should get a set of these. I love em.

These are American Racing 16x8 Black Teflon Coated Chamber Wheels
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There's only like 5 offroad wheels that fit the ranger.
lol you arent looking very hard. we have the same bolt pattern as jeeps (well tjs and xjs...), the civics of the offroad world....
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YEah, The RCD won't fit the Edges cause I already talked to one of the guys from RCD. And It's like 1500.

And if I got MT Classic 2s I'd be just like everyone else... No offense Zach, cause your truck is hot.

There's only like 5 offroad wheels that fit the ranger.

i thought they were coming out with one that did?
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They told me they didn't have one, but I'll look for it...

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lol you arent looking very hard. we have the same bolt pattern as jeeps (well tjs and xjs...), the civics of the offroad world....
Well, there aren't any super cool ones...
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I was lookin at getting the AR Mojave Teflon 15x8s.

Well, RCD does now! It's $2450!!

I'm still gonna get the Camburg kit. Hell, I could get the Dual shock version for that much!
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I don't think that many people have the rock crawlers, it just seems like it to us, because quite a few people have them on this site. But in all actuality, very seldom do I see a truck with them in my area.
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I was lookin at getting the AR Mojave Teflon 15x8s.
those are staight pimpin. you get those and Ill be jealous...
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I don't think that many people have the rock crawlers, it just seems like it to us, because quite a few people have them on this site. But in all actuality, very seldom do I see a truck with them in my area.
I think they are around more than you might think. maybe not in your area, but they are definately a crap ton of em.

thats why I got the soft eights when they came out though. not many people have that design...
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I was lookin at getting the AR Mojave Teflon 15x8s.

Well, RCD does now! It's $2450!!

I'm still gonna get the Camburg kit. Hell, I could get the Dual shock version for that much!

Oh he's just getting the Camburg 6.0?
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who cares they are cheap and low maintenance, thats why everyone has them.

if they work well they why change?!

they work well, yes
low maintance, yes
everybody having them, yes

WHY BE LIKE EVRYONE ELSE
just do something different in the long run youll be glad you did.
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Oh he's just getting the Camburg 6.0?
Yeah... did you think I was gonna shell out 5 Gs for the Long travel kit?!?

Not until I'm makin big bucks!! ha!
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Well, I suppose I've narrowed it down to the Mojave Teflons and a Camburg 6.0

Any other suggestions for 15x8 or 15x10 wheels (pics/links included)...
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Ok, let's see how many people wanna chap my *** about these wheels...

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Don't get the longtravel kit unless you actually plan on using it for what it's meant to be used for. The 6.0 will be a decent lift, but you are still going to be cranking your torsions with that kit.
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