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Old 10-30-2003, 10:37 AM
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A lady in louisana won it, had two trucks the MIC CREW CUT and her other one. My friend sold his white f350 aka"white nasty" and purchased it from her. She basically had to much going on to mess with the mic one. Hot Duck thanks for the other pics!!!!
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Old 10-30-2003, 11:43 AM
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What is up with the big wheel craze? I just got back from the Goodguys show in Charlotte and I viewed more [email protected] up looking vehicles with big wheels on them in one place than I could have imagined. Maybe I'm just old school but a H2 Hummer with 20+ inch wheels and low profile rubber looks like sh!t to me. I 've ridden in a feww street rods with these big wheels and they ride terribly as well.
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I am not crazy about the really big wheels, but I really like the blue 350 in post # 29 of this thread.
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Old 10-30-2003, 12:38 PM
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What is up with the big wheel craze? I just got back from the Goodguys show in Charlotte and I viewed more [email protected] up looking vehicles with big wheels on them in one place than I could have imagined. Maybe I'm just old school but a H2 Hummer with 20+ inch wheels and low profile rubber looks like sh!t to me. I 've ridden in a feww street rods with these big wheels and they ride terribly as well.
You couldn't have said it any better. Big tires, okay...some of this new **** is plain silly.

I especially HATE those stupid, friggin idiotic whirly-bird rims that spin on their own....It's something I would expect on some child's big wheel.

Yo...bling, bling...

just my opinion.
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I saw those semi-truck looking rims on e-bay when I was searching for something for my Excursion. Can someone explain what the hell the point of those it? Why would you spend all the money on a lift, only to put on some semi rims and street tires?
What am I missing?
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The 'hood rats seem to like them
I've noticed.

Not for nothing, but I wouldn't mind seeing a law against them. They can be distracting.

I got the chit scared out of me one time as I was cruising along a road, approaching an intersection, when one of these ****ers pulls up to the light fast....He stopped alright, but it was so quick that all I saw were those damned wheels spinning...I didn't think he was stopping for a second there.
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I was thinking about one of these...
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They are not even resting ON the wheel it looks like... There is a support under the truck. I think the wheel would bend in half if any weight was put on it. hahah
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Got some updated photos for you guys!!!!
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Ford with mild lift and 19.5s direct bolt ons no adapters needed here!!!!!
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