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New 22's on!

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Get ready to be amazed! I've put on my rims for the summer, and they look great! I've only had the truck out to get the weights from one of the rims re-balanced, and I got 5 compliments in 20 minutes. there is no difference in the ride from the 18's to the 22's, and apart from the weights, no jitter or vibrations. it even handles better!

I'm not going to post the link to where i got them from (new) because i need to find out if they have a referral program :mdr: because i know at least one of you guys will like the look and will want to get them for your truck. The tires appear to have TPMS sensors, or maybe my truck just isn't re-calibrated, and the entire package, with tires (mounted, balanced, Winrun brand) came to $1,800 (after border fees, you'd probably be paying closer to $1,600 if you're in the US). let me know what you think!


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thanks guys, i see what you mean about the "rigid" because of the less curvy spoke design. I want to either level the rear with the front or do a 2/4 drop altogether, problem is is that i drive on muddy jobsites and these tires are rated for Road and mud. i would've done 24's or 26's but i like the ride without custom rims, and having 22" doesn't make a significant difference in the ride at all going from 18's. I think these look big enough anyways. thanks for the feedback guys!
i realized when i was putting my rims on that i didn't have 4 wheel disc brakes. i was surprised, i thought they made that standard in '07 when the NBS came out. you learn something new every day.
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