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Old 12-17-2012, 01:51 PM   #1
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WTB, BLACK 17" WHEELS

im looking to buy a set of 17" black wheels since the plasti dip route just isn't cutting it for me. i also would rather not have to do any trimming.
i am open to different looks, i have these in mind at discount tire direct
http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...8.5&vid=021439
so cost with shipping will have to be the same or less than what they are selling those for. they have free shipping so the cost for those shipped is under $600.
my brother lives in north dakota so you will not need to ship them to canada.
very minimal ware to mint condition is what im looking for.
let me know what you've got.

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still looking for some black wheels, the ones in my first post won't fit without some kind of trimming, and i don't want to do that. looking for a 17" x 8" with around 5" of bs.
debating these two:
1. http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Wheel...All&sort=Brand

2. http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Wheel...All&sort=Brand

but maybe someone else will have something for sale that i'll be interested in.

edit: im also looking for a wheel that is hub centric..
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I'm thinking of these in black for myself?

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^yes. I have them and i love them. Stance is pretty aggresive
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I'm thinking of these in black for myself?

thanks, i was looking at these, i like them but wasn't sure if trimming was needed or not.
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^yes. I have them and i love them. Stance is pretty aggresive
im guessing you had some trimming to do with the 285's?
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I talked to Vin, he will answer all your ?? at least he did for me

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im guessing you had some trimming to do with the 285's?
Yes, alot. Cab mount chop needed without stuffing them and 2.5 inches of lift. It was worth it lol. There would probably still be trimming with 265/70 when flexing the suspension
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I talked to Vin, he will answer all your ?? at least he did for me

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Yes, alot. Cab mount chop needed without stuffing them and 2.5 inches of lift. It was worth it lol. There would probably still be trimming with 265/70 when flexing the suspension
yeah that's the thing, im not interested in trimming or chopping anything.
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I talked to Vin, he will answer all your ?? at least he did for me

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X2, i can only guess about rubbing with a different tire size. Alignment may come into play also.
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im guessing you had some trimming to do with the 285's?
I run 265 70. 2.5-3" lift with SPC UCA's to bring back up my caster and I still trimmed...go figure. These wheels push out over an extra 2" over your stock Sporties. That is quite a lot .
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I run 265 70. 2.5-3" lift with SPC UCA's to bring back up my caster and I still trimmed...go figure
i think im going to have to stick with an 8" wheel and an offset closer to 5" to stay away from any type of trimming, and because of the crap area i live in i need to keep the mud flaps as well.
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Why not just paint the ones you have if you like the looks of them? Plasti-Dip is crap. Paint or powdercoat will hold up much better as long as you prep the wheels properly.
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Why not just paint the ones you have if you like the looks of them? Plasti-Dip is crap. Paint or powdercoat will hold up much better as long as you prep the wheels properly.
i did consider doing that, i do want my wheels to stick out a little more though without having to use wheel spacers.
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I really like the Ultra Motorsports Crusher. If I can't find a gunmetal colored wheel I may be putting the Crusher on my truck.
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I really like the Ultra Motorsports Crusher. If I can't find a gunmetal colored wheel I may be putting the Crusher on my truck.
Vin has gunmetal. Check out stealth custom series or SCS wheels if you havnt already.
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Vin has gunmetal. Check out stealth custom series or SCS wheels if you havnt already.
I don't really like the scs wheel. I do like the Konig Six Shooter but not the price tag!
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i actually ended up going with these, should be put on today. i got a crazy deal on them through "mr.wheelguy". MKW M19 satin black, sorry for the crappy picture.
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i actually ended up going with these, should be put on today. i got a crazy deal on them through "mr.wheelguy". MKW M19 satin black, sorry for the crappy picture.

What size did you get? Is "mr.wheelguy" a person on TW or is that like a website or something? I tried to search but I didn't come up with what I thought was a match.
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sorry, it's mr wheel deal,
http://mrwheeldeal.com/b/
i don't think he's a member here, there is some good feedback on this site about him. i had a great experience using him (steve), he answered all my questions with no delay. he can get pretty much anything and will match/beat any price.
i got the MKW M19 17" x 8.5", 0 offset and i think 4.88" backspace.
the wheels, with lugs, shipped for $500! way better then anyone else out there that i could find.
check out his site and the different wheels he can get, i think he can pretty much get anything.
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