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Old 08-17-2010, 07:07 AM   #1
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Need your input.

There are these two sets of rims for sale on CL by my house. I am interested in both rims but only need one set. Whichever rim I go with I would have powder-coated black or rattle canned. With that said, which ones would you go with??

Also, Rim1 is 15x10, is it possible to use my 31x10.5x15 on this size wheel? I'm trying to avoid getting new tires. Rim2 shows a 5 lug, but the one for sale is a 6 lug.

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Rim1 $60


Rim2 $80
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Im thinking 15x10 is a little too wide for a 31x10.5. It would look really ballooned out and Im worried you might end up having bead popping issues. Thes best tire for a 15x10 imo would be a 33x12.5.
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Im thinking 15x10 is a little too wide for a 31x10.5. It would look really ballooned out and Im worried you might end up having bead popping issues. Thes best tire for a 15x10 imo would be a 33x12.5.
Yea I was thinking the same, which makes the decision pretty easy since I can't fit 33's on my truck yet....
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