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Help with RIMS?

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by sobelive, Jun 14, 2009.

  1. sobelive

    sobelive New Member

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    Wanted some feedback to help me decide on which rims to leave on my truck. The first pic is of a truck at a dealer that has the factory rims my truck came with. The second pic is my truck with the aftermarket AR rims I had from a previous truck.

    Which ones would you choose?

    Thanks all opinions appreciated.

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  2. nickgiacalone

    nickgiacalone New Member

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    the rims u currently have on your truck.
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  3. sobelive

    sobelive New Member

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    Help with RIMS

    Thanks!

    Here are two more pics of the rims themselves.

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  4. patshea098

    patshea098 New Member

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    current ones
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  5. Mean_Green_95

    Mean_Green_95 New Member

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    The current ones, definitely
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  6. 2ToNe04

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    current ones.
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  7. Tater

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    Yea goin with crowd.. Current ones
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  8. TRPLXL2

    TRPLXL2 New Member

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    Honestly neither of them looks good on that style of truck, the wheels are too rounded and the truck is too boxy to pull off that style. There are a 1,000,000,000,000 types of wheels for these trucks on the market today, I would look else where for something a little better than that.

    Welcome to the club! :happy:
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  9. Darknesss23

    Darknesss23 New Member

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    I have to go with trplxl2 on this one...but if i had to choose... I like the factory rims.. .the aftermarket ones have too thin of a spoke for a truck IMO... especially with brake drums in the rear instead of rotors... I could see it working if the truck was 4 wheel disk brakes.. but like i said...this is my personal opinion...
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  10. 2ToNe04

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    i love how the stock 20's look :)
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  11. ippielb

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    definitely after market ones.
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  12. cascott325

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    if you are gonna keep them, i would go with the second pic which i am guessing is what is currently on there however, i do think you need more meat on those rims.
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  13. sobelive

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    Thanks for all of the responses so far.

    I am definitely torn on this one cause I like both rims.
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  14. general jackson

    general jackson New Member

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    aftermarket is the only way (IMO)...but not the one's you have shown...as others have stated there are tons of choices out there for every price point. Definitely the right place to start though..Good luck..Good hunting!!
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