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Old 10-29-2003, 09:35 AM
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Make your statement witha set of 19's or 19.5's for your rig. 8 styles to choose from and use NO thats right NO ADAPTERS, direct bolt on cut for your pattern, see the booth at SEMA!! Any info needed, just give a shout can send more info.!!!!
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Heres a pic of 19's
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a pic of 19.5's
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a pic of 19.5s again.
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SEND ME INFO [email protected] THANKS JOHN G
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Nice rims! ...but those trucks are just about stupid. Those aren't trucks.
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I dont know I could handle the one in post 3 myself. Paint is sharp, my sst120 tunnel boat would like nice on the back of it. Gives me some Ideas for my f-350. Just have to find the right colors to match with the white. Maybee silver, metalic orange pearl...Hmm sweet.

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For you guys that tow a lot check the capacity limits on these wheels. Often aluminum whells have lower limits than steel.

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Do you have any pics of any Ford f350 dually 4x4s? I am thing about doing this to mine.
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Weight Capacity on the 19's is 3500 per wheel!! 19.5's is a little higher 3680 per wheel. APP wheels used to make them before my friend bought out the tooling. Now made in Dallas TX. You can purchase them as 4 with a steel bud inside or all 6. the tire heights start at 32" over all and go up from there in size. Tires are good for around 100,000 to 150,000 miles. Yes the trucks are Trucks, the green one is strictly show, the chevy is on a DJM suspension drop, still has all the factory parts except for the axle is now ontop of the springs instead of under in the rear and is using a lowered lower control arm. My tow rig is laid out that was as well and I tow a 40 Hustler with trips on a steel trailer with no prob. You have around 6 inches of clearance ffrom the bottom of the frame to the ground with the stock tires which are around 28" over all. The black chevy has a goose neck hitch in it to tow his trailers with. You take the know how of Peterbuilt and Freightliner and combine it to a 1 ton. Same results, full air. The rear bags range from 1000# to 15000# capacities.
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