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Mounting new wheels, whites in or out?

Well I'm hoping to get my new wheels mounted today. I just can't deciede if I want the white in or the white out? Whats everyones take.

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WHITE IN. I think white should be in. Although I have seen some trucks look good with the white ouT on black rims. i think the all black looks good shined up. Also pick up some add a leafs to compensate for the weight of that camper. Might just be the picture but look like your rear is a little low. I like a small amount of rake though so I dont look like IM taking off when I have cargo. NICE RIMS!
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In for those tires/ wheel setup.
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White Out.. BFG FTW!
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out but only if you keep the letters clean! if you dont then dont bother.
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black side out dude.
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i think the all black looks good shined up. Also pick up some add a leafs to compensate for the weight of that camper. Might just be the picture but look like your rear is a little low.
I like the black out when its all shined up too, but I feel with my dark color truck, I should have the white out. I feel that dark colored trucks should have the white out and light colored trucks should have black out. But hey thats just my .02 cents.

And my rear is sitting a little low b/c I need new shocks. Mine are shot.

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out but only if you keep the letters clean! if you dont then dont bother.
Yea, I know. Thats the only downside of white out.
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whites in... with that wheel pattern and coloring it'll look too "busy" if you catch my drift.
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black out on those wheels. gonna look sick!
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White belongs IN on those wheels.. I had similiar wheels, trust me, white goes in. If they were solid black, i would say white OUT, but since they aren't, then white in, fo sho.
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White in FTW
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in because the white will get dirty after a while of not cleaning, imo, it looks much better too
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OUT!

I love mine facing out
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White out, show off those tires!
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white is always in, i messed up once and had them the other way, dont learn the hard way
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