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I got a set of 18" Goodyear Wrangler ATS tires that were taken off a Ford F250 King Ranch before it was lifted.. they only had about 3000 miles on them and I snagged the set for about $200.

So I figure the money I saved on the tires leaves me money to buy some good chrome rims :lol:

Where is a good place to buy them for a reasonable price? The place that sold me the tires will sell me some..for a price thats a little more than I want to pay, but they will also try to sell my wheels and tires...and IF I buy wheels from them, they will mount and balance them for free...

I definitely want Chrome... polished rims suck trying to keep them looking good.
 

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Well you can get good rim and tire packages at some places but you said you already had the rubber. Check out discountedwheelwarehouse.com, aftermarketwheels.com, and discounttiredirect.com to get you started.
 

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I'm thinking about the HELO 791 MAXX6's, 18x9 application. Do you think they'll rub ? I would give the size of the new tires... but they are sitting in my shed and I am sitting at work... and my memory fails me more often than not.
 

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275/65/18 are the size of the new tires... I went home on lunch and looked.
 

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Truckaddons.com has a big selection, And Tyres1.com has a decent selection and great prices
 

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Ok... I got 'em yesterday... and they look GOOOOOOD! Also.. no rubbing.







And of course, I have to show off my Texas Chevy... :glasses:

 

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lookin good! are those the Helo 18's you were lookin at? I like em
 

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Yes, those are the Helo MAXX 6 (791C) Chrome rims, factory offset since it is not a lifted application.
 
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