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Old 04-24-2008, 09:20 AM
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Show me what you guys are running on your 2500 model chevy/gmc....I cant do the steel wheel thing too long...
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Helo Maxx 8 is a great looking wheel. I went to them on my old 2500 Avalanche. If you can get to an 8, 9, or 10" wide wheel, you will have increasingly better towing stability vs. the factory 6.5" wides.
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Get a magazine like diesel power......a whole lot of wheels for HD's in there with pics of them on the trucks too.
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I have a set of factory polished alum wheels I want to trade for a set of the new 17" wheels if anyone interested.
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I've got these WeldWheels on mine w/285 Micheliins. This picture was taken before I jacked up the front to make it level.
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Old 04-24-2008, 11:07 PM
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Originally Posted by OldSchool View Post
I've got these WeldWheels on mine w/285 Micheliins. This picture was taken before I jacked up the front to make it level.

I am familar with weld wheels in the racing world ( and about 20 miles from house) any strength to the thought they maybe lighter and therefore reduce the rotating mass and help with fuel?..... or am I just splitting hairs at that point......cant gripe same mileage as my 4.7 dakota sport.....havent got an acurate mileage yet only had it a week.....and tonight when i refueled I hit the $75 cut off before full and just couldn't stand swiping again...
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how bout some emitt smith's (22") with low pro toyo proxes?
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Old 04-26-2008, 10:00 AM
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I like the pewter truck what wheel/tire is that?
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