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Ultra Wheels: Nomad (Anthracite Grey W/Diamond Cut)

Okay so Christmas is coming around and the fiance was asking what I wanted. I want new wheels. Before today I thought that I wanted the Classic II's but after looking around I came across these..



Me and the girl both decided we liked them better. I can't decide on if I want to get the deep style or regular ones and I have no clue of what the back spacing is. Their site is worthless for the specs and places to buy them.

Anyone know more about these or have any photos of rangers with them on. tire rack sells them but only seems to offer the regular style. I want them to stick out like the M/T's do. Any info or opinions are welcome.
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It's safe to say the 'deep dish' style is for RWD, aka...trucks. But Ultra's site says both are RWD. I'm starting to think the deep dish pic would be whata 15x10 would look like. IDK.



Just checked Ultra's website, and the deepdish specs aren't working for me. Not coming up. BUT...the other ones, there's specs. 15x8 and 15x10 backspace is 3.75 15x8 and 3.75 is about perfect.

http://www.ultrawheel.com/pdf/rims/09tech-173Nomad1.pdf

And you can just google ultra wheels for places to buy them.
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I was looking at those today on Summit. Trigger01 and I where talking about them. I have never seen them on a Ranger...

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/SUM-174-5165GN/
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Oh they are on summit .. I never seen them on there before, cool...
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I really like those!
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I was deciding between those and the 175s when I was looking at wheels a few months back. They're both nice looking wheels!
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Ain't they purdy. lol
That back spacing sounds good too.
Thats kinda strange summit sells them under their own brand name, maybe that why I never saw them.
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How about any pictures with them mounted on any kind of truck?
I just want to see what they look like in real life out of the photo studio.
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This is all I could find:











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Oh snap! those look awesome THANK YOU!
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Those are pretty nice lookin wheels. price seems a tad to high though. guess ill be stickin with steel wheels
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I think I've seen 'em locally on a Tacoma? idk for sure though.
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do it!
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Those are some very beautiful wheels. Definitely go with the dish style wheels.
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I wasn't too sure what I thought about those wheels until I saw them on that Jeep. They look nice!
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i really really like those and they have 15x10!!!!1
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Someone buy the deep dish ones, so I can see what the back spacing looks like on a ranger.
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Someone buy the deep dish ones, so I can see what the back spacing looks like on a ranger.
Just look for a Ranger with some 15x8's or 10's with 3.75 BSing. That will give you an idea of how the BSing looks on a Ranger.
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yeah i guess i could, huh. Id still like to see them on the actual truck though.
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I got 15x10 w/ 4"....shall I *****? lol. It'd be sticking out 1/4" farther than me.
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I got 15x10 w/ 4"....shall I *****? lol. It'd be sticking out 1/4" farther than me.
***** away. I don't think I have saw a picture of your truck that I don't like.
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sure lets see it, I personally haven't seen yours posted in a while. I was thinking that I wanted 8"ers since I dont have a lift (yet).
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hey... wheres my *****?

what a tease...

you better be taking some new pic's right now or something haha.

anyone else is more then welcome to post your wheel shots... Im looking for 3.75 backspacing or -19mm offset specifically.. but post away if you want..
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15x10 w/ 4" backspace and 12.50 tires...

sticks out just past the flares...add 1/4" sticking out farther for 3.75 backspace on 15x10...

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truck behind me is 15x8 w/ approx 4" bs and 12.50 tires.
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15x7" 3.75" backspacing with 31x10.50 tires:
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I have the same pic but with a 33x12.50 tire if you want to see what it looks like with that size.

Hope this helps
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