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Old 11-18-2004, 03:52 PM
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Thanks Wasabe-Kinda looks like dh-lwas truck! DH-law, are those Ricksons or Alcoa's? Nice truck!
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My dually......
Nice truck. It looks real close to mine. Are those 19.5's? Got the motor beefed up at all?
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Old 11-18-2004, 03:58 PM
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Jimbo, I know, but you gotta have some meat on there too to tow safely. They make these Helos in 18s and 20s w/ 6 or 8 lugs. I am soon going to go with 18s with BFG Rubber. I know you have seen Mike's dark grey Duramax with all the goodies.
Chrome don't get you home

I just can't bring myself to ever run chrome wheels on a car or truck, I guess that's my sickness of being in the aftermarket wheel business for too long
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NICE Jimbo. What is the finish on those?
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Polished aluminum. Is that your chevy? Nice.
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Great picture! Who won? Where's the Dodge?
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Old 11-18-2004, 04:10 PM
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NICE Jimbo. What is the finish on those?
ANTERA comes standard from Italy with a Silver painted finish, but has a touch of Pearl in the clearcoat, so it gives the wheel finish some depth.

On one of the pics from page 2 of my truck it shows one of their new wheels, I really have not warmed up to the new style, they offer the wheels in silver with a polished stainless pressed on lip that is can be replaced if you curb scuff the wheels...which is cool, but the shiny stuff is too bling for me sometimes

you can check out some of the other stuff we import, go to www.cecwheels.com
The gallery has quite a bit of stuff with all types of cars and trucks
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Are they competing in the dually wheel market?
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What a bunch of poodles!!! Buying a truck capacity based on the type of cool wheels available over what is safe for towing! Cheng included!!!
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Are they competing in the dually wheel market?
If this was directed to me??? No, ANTERA mainly offers wheels for most standard SUV's, and popular European car applications

There is a company out here called APP- Aluminum Precision Products, and they offer a really nice looking 19" Dually fitment, and of course you can't go wrong with the Alcoa's too
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