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Old 02-25-2004, 11:07 AM
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I like the stealth 150/151rims. They would be going on a new dodge ram 4x4 .just trying to decide what size? factory is 17 so should I stay with 17 or go to 18? Maybe even 20's? Just don't want/need any rubbing while turning corners
Dude, if you put anything bling bling on your truck and leave it parked in your hood, thier gonna take your whole truck and then you'll be on here b!tchin that your chit got stolen.

Why do you think i never blinged up my ride.
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Try www.centerlinewheels.com
Check on their wheel deals on overstocked and disc. wheels. Saved a bundle on my 16x8's on my F350
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Great deals,

HMMMMM, just got my tax return, I just may have to order!!!!
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That's Funny your hood is my hood, That makes it OUR hood! And I was even thinking of changing my Hood on my truck that is
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Animal do you get any rubbing while turning wheel all the way with 20's??
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That's Funny your hood is my hood, That makes it OUR hood! And I was even thinking of changing my Hood on my truck that is
Did you loose a chromosone somewhere.....why do you think i added this to my last line:

"Why do you think i never blinged up my ride."
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Rchev,

I couldn't do better anywhere else.
Only trouble , they were simply polished aluminum. So since I live in the north and get salt on the roads in the winter (which causes oxidation on the aluminum) I gave them to Slingshot for some clear powdercoat
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I couldn't do better anywhere else.
Only trouble , they were simply polished aluminum. So since I live in the north and get salt on the roads in the winter (which causes oxidation on the aluminum) I gave them to Slingshot for some clear powdercoat
VEERRRY NICE,

And tempting, I would do it, but the boat needs some repairs, and I am remodeling my Kitchen, running out of money FASSSTTTT. Besides I have the nicer of the Factory Alloys, I think I will keep them til its time for some bigger tires, and maybe a small lift!!!!
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When you go to 20"+ you really need to upgrade the brakes (especially for towing). So stay with 18" if you can.

I know this doesn't make sense, but the laws of physics and moving the lever farther out from the centerpoint means more force to overcome.

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VEERRRY NICE,

I think I will keep them til its time for some bigger tires, and maybe a small lift!!!!
That's what I did too. Also went with 305-70x16 load range E Nitto Terra Grapplers.
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