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Old 01-05-2014, 01:14 PM   #1
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Any 6" lift w/ stock rims!!!

Any 6" lift w/ stock rims place some pics!!!
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Old 01-06-2014, 02:58 AM   #4
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I think you all misunderstood him. He's talking about using stock rims with bigger tires. Lookat his pics. I saw a few Tacos with stock rims and they look just fine. In fact, us guys in Hawaii should start doing that so we don't Catch too much crap from the recon station! Aloha!
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Well why wouldn't you use the stock rims and get bigger tires?

All those stupid big wheels looks stupid on trucks anyway. Those are for gangster blinging rides not trucks.

Plus the tires are cheaper for the 16" wheels. When you get up to those lame 20" wheels the tires go up a stupid amount of money.
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For one you can't run a 6" DB lift with stock 16s without some hella spacers. I think the stock 17s with 33s/35s looks sick IMO.
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I hope not cause that would look ghey.
I'd say stock wheels look better than them big wheels, like the 90s all over again with them Mexican style rims!!
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I kept the stock wheels because I like the way they look and didn't want to dish out money for 18" rims.
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I kept the stock wheels because I like the way they look and didn't want to dish out money for 18" rims.

Ever think about painting your stock rims black or grey? I think it would look really nice on your truck..just my .02
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Ever think about painting your stock rims black or grey? I think it would look really nice on your truck..just my .02
I completely agree. I heard of it being done and at first I thought it wouldn't look good until I saw it first hand, They're bad ass. The one that I saw had been powder coated (he said it cost $300 to strip down and coat) and it looked like aftermarket rims.
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Ever think about painting your stock rims black or grey? I think it would look really nice on your truck..just my .02

Because everyone else has already done it around here, I'm just going to keep the rims the way they are. I have thought about getting them black or grey, but decided against it.
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I kept the stock wheels because I like the way they look and didn't want to dish out money for 18" rims.
I think that is the look i am going for. What size tires and lift are you running.?
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I think that is the look i am going for. What size tires and lift are you running.?
6" Zone suspension lift with 33" Maxxis Bighorn 285/75/16
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6" Zone suspension lift with 33" Maxxis Bighorn 285/75/16
i havnt heard a whole lot about zone suspension. how would you rate the quality of the entire kit compared to the other big name 6" lifts?
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i havnt heard a whole lot about zone suspension. how would you rate the quality of the entire kit compared to the other big name 6" lifts?
Personally, I love it. My buddy was running a 3 or 4" zone lift on his jeep and he beat the hell out of that thing and the lift handled great. My lift I still have to do some more serious off roading compared to what I have done, but I love it. When we unboxed it, everything was of great quality and with no defects. With what I have done so far, especially when I recently got "stuck" in the ditch back home in New York, the lift and tires got me out of it with out a problem.
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Personally, I love it. My buddy was running a 3 or 4" zone lift on his jeep and he beat the hell out of that thing and the lift handled great. My lift I still have to do some more serious off roading compared to what I have done, but I love it. When we unboxed it, everything was of great quality and with no defects. With what I have done so far, especially when I recently got "stuck" in the ditch back home in New York, the lift and tires got me out of it with out a problem.
good to know, ill keep them in mind when i decide on a lift size and brand.
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