I just had the same question and the answer is, just go to photobucket.com and upload your pics, it's free. Then I think it's the last code on the bottom of the image. Just copy and paste. :great:I would of just put the pics on here but i dont know how, lol. If anyone wants to teach me that would be cool.
It seems to me that the trend to larger wheels with low profile tires can only be for looks only. I understand why you want a combination like this on a sports car or a lowered truck, but a short sidewall tire is just the opposite of what you would want in a true 4wd/off road situation. You need a tall sidewall with low pressure to allow the tire to form around rocks, etc. for traction. The low porfile, short sidewall tire just won't perform under these conditions.I agree Paul. Many of the aftermarket wheels don't make sense. I remember the day when it was steel or nothing from the OEM. Now they too, have jumped on the lucrative alloy wheel 20" and bigger craze. I do think that many of the designs are good looking and improve the curb appeal of a truck. I just can't justify dropping that kind of coin on a set of wheels just for looks. I would much rather treat the wife to an island vacation.:glasses:
Those are nice....!:gasp:I personally am putting aside my profession in lue of the looks, lol. Im going with some 22" KMC XD Rockstar series wheels. Those are ment to be off-roading wheels but im ganna mate them with some directional tread 305/40/22 Hankook Ventus RS RH06 tyres. What ya think?
http://www.wheelfire.com/imagesproducts/rockstarblack_over.jpgI would of just put the pics on here but i dont know how, lol. If anyone wants to teach me that would be cool.:lol:HTML: