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Old 12-21-2010, 03:31 PM
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I agree I thought that when I was typing!!!
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american force, rides great no problems what so ever.
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Old 12-21-2010, 06:31 PM
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on a ram 3500 i noticed that on certain roads the truck would sometimes follow the ruts created by semis, i guess tracking if you would...
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Old 12-21-2010, 08:26 PM
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I find it amazing that I get several different answers..... I hate the idea of adaptors and 22.5 semi tires(rotating mass) vs the 24 direct bolt on thinner tires... but the answers I get about towing with them ....is a shady "yeah no problems" ...which to me is great just send me the money
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If you gave me yhe year and make of your vehicle I could help.

Some times answers are driven by inventory type situations maybe they have the 22 you like for your vehicle and not the 24 in stock maybe they cannot get thier hands certain tires right now. I'm sure not saying this is the case but it could happen. The wheel business is dead during December so inventory could be down or sales really wanted.

If you would like my help I would love to help we put big wheels on vehicles all the time a lot of times people don't realize that a 26" wheel only has a tire 1" taller than a 16" wheel most of my projects are not up your guys alley but he principals are still the same.

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I have 22 from American Force on my truck with adapters no issues. The tires will wear fast on the front as you would expect but your talking a lot of $ to replace. I have about 13k miles on them and feel I can get to 30 with no issues. That all I expect out of these.
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I have an 08 f350, with 2015 platinum conversion with 24in low pro semi wheels. I can't figure out how to upload it from my phone

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Old 12-04-2017, 09:21 PM
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lol post is 7 years old.... just upped and bought the big rig instead of the big rig wheels lol
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