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Old 07-28-2006
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Looking for Some 20" Wheels...

Hey everyone, as you can see I'm bagging my truck & I'm looking for some 20" wheels to tuck under there.

But can anyone point me in the direction of some nice 20x9/10 wheels, please.

I'm kind of looking for something like these...



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I will look for these ones that look like those that I liked but I thought you were lifting it agian?
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I really like those right there that you posted.
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you might wanna get some adapters, there are alot more available 20's in F-150 bolt patterns available.

ps- WTF I thought you got sick of being low and were going up agian....
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DOH' I forgot all about the adapters. Cuz they don't make those in a 5x4.5.

Can someone send me a link for some adapters from 5 on 4.5 to 6 on 5.5?

Oh yea, if I get adapters, will the widen them any?

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well to run the size tires your going too, id run 20s too.

its about time you started lowerin, you got a paint job yet?
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my truck is lifted and I am putting 20's on it...
yeah, but he's not gonna run 70" tires...
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there74s get i right. gosh. lol.
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i think the driveshaft will get in the way....
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make up your mind (lol)I got room to talk I guess.
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first, good luck tucking a 9 or 10inch rim...

second, unless the offset is ment for a fwd rim, adapters will make the rim stick out beond tucking
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^^ Who's truck is that??
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Anyone know where to get some 5 lug to 6 lug adapters?

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summit should sell the adapters..I THINK

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Lift it / lower it / lift it / lower it



I get so confused....can't keep track of what you're up to, Brenton....lol
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