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rim suggestions

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by ethan1029, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. ethan1029

    ethan1029 New Member

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    any 18" rim suggestions to go with trail grapplers or either open country mts? would like chrome. tires will be either 33.5 or 34"

    thank you
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    a few more details on what the truck is ? and what kinda lift, but id just go with a 33 either a 305 or 295. and ive always like moto metal rims , had a set on my old truck loved em
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    thank u for the help. iv looked at moto metal and xd both. i think iv decided to go with 20s but not sure which rim exactly
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    canislupis69 New Member

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    There are a lot out there to choose from, just make sure you get the right backspacing/offset.
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  5. dsrtne1

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    Go with 20's. Trust me you won't regret it. I would look at 2crave offroad, Fuel offroad wheels, and KMC's.
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    +1...............
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  7. ethan1029

    ethan1029 New Member

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    what is the best offset? or the one with the least chance of scrubbing?
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    You have to first figure out what wheel sizes will work and fit on your vehicle. You can't just buy any wheel as you will find out. You need to start at tire/wheel websites that have fitment calculators. Try tirerack for starters.


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  9. canislupis69

    canislupis69 New Member

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    If you have a lift on your truck you can get proper backspacing/offset specs from the manufacturer of your lift kit.
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