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Old 12-09-2011, 05:00 AM   #1
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Hey, I'm thinking about getting some low profile wheels& tires for my 2008 sport double cab. I'm looking for a light weight black wheel and some nice thin tires. Any suggestions??
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Old 12-09-2011, 07:56 AM   #2
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Hey, I'm thinking about getting some low profile wheels& tires for my 2008 sport double cab. I'm looking for a light weight black wheel and some nice thin tires. Any suggestions??
So how thin are we talking here? What rim size are trying to run, 22s?
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Hey KPT, Either 20" or 22" what would you suggest?
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Is your truck 4x4 by any chance?
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It's a 2008 4x2 Sport Model
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Hey KPT, Either 20" or 22" what would you suggest?
Its all personal preference. I would never go over 18".

But if you want to run a really short sidewall, then you need bigger rims to keep the tire diameter the same, which is why I asked.
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What are some light weight 20" black rims for trucks,planning on a Thin low profile tire as well.
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