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Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by lindsaynuts8, Feb 28, 2013.
well guys i just added new rims to the ol chevy. there 16" mb tko's in matte black
I like what I see at a distance but details are tough to make out because of the lighting and said distance. I can barely discern the lines of the 'spokes' and want a closer look. Got a close-up?
thats the best i can do for now. just got em on in time to go to work. i was excited lol
Wow, those are sharp!
thanks. they only cost $559 with the optional center caps. those are the stock ones on it. the other ones are ont here way. the stock ones kinda look fake in pics but they match better when ur lookin at em. i wanna see what the other ones look like on it and if i dont like em ill sell em
very sharp...Im considering the same ones as one way I might go with my truck...
ooo la la!
p.s. I'm diggin the 2 tone paint on the truck, reminds me of somethin but i cant quite put my finger on it :lol:
Thanks lol its an irish mans truck. I named.him Patrick haha
I have never understood the need for people to give their vehicles a pet name. I personally think it's kind of dumb since the vehicle is not alive.
its just another way for people to build relationships with their vehicles...sort of like they say, dont give names to labatory mice because you get attached to them.
we give our trucks everything else...why not give 'em name. I'd rather here a truck referred to by a pet name than some constantly saying, "She's a ......, she's got ..... she's been with me...." Names, I get. Gender, not so much.
It actually came.about at work because everybody got.tired.of.me.saying.my truck so I decided Patrick would help them haha. But it does fit my truck. I just think its better than saying like said before...he's got new rims. Its personal preference and I see where some people think its stupid but I think its funny. The first vehicle.I have named
I saw these when I was getting tires put on at discount tire. They looked really nice up close. Good choice.
I just refer to my truck as my Silverado. I gather if I had more than one I would have to do something different.