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Old 01-02-2009, 11:52 AM   #1
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Moto Metal 957 Machined ?

Im Trying to decide on wheels Does anyone out there have a silver double cab running the Moto Metal 957 Machined/Black Please send me some pics also looking at Moto Metal 951 Black
Or your oppinions on Silver truck with black wheels HELP!!!!
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Old 01-02-2009, 01:18 PM   #3
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Not Silver, but the right wheels:

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How does the machined material hold up any white residue
are they hard to maintain?
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How does the machined material hold up any white residue
are they hard to maintain?
So far so good. I've only had mine for about a month and 1/2. They seem to be solid and clean up nice!
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Old 04-27-2009, 09:39 PM   #6
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What size bro?

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Not Silver, but the right wheels:

What size wheels and tires? Was a lift required?

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Old 04-28-2009, 01:06 AM   #7
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What size wheels and tires? Was a lift required?

Michael
His info shows a 3" lift with 18's and 285/65/18 Nitto Terra Grappler.
<---put your arrow over the blue veh info over there and it will tell you the info
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Thanks! Appreciate it.

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His info shows a 3" lift with 18's and 285/65/18 Nitto Terra Grappler.
<---put your arrow over the blue veh info over there and it will tell you the info
Thanks! Not sure I want to put a lift on a 2WD. My truck is the PreRunner SR5 DoubleCab so it may work.... &^%^#&@*&#!!!
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Thanks! Not sure I want to put a lift on a 2WD. My truck is the PreRunner SR5 DoubleCab so it may work.... &^%^#&@*&#!!!
MotoMetals come in 17's also and a 265/70/17 will work without a lift, that is what I have.
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MotoMetals come in 17's also and a 265/70/17 will work without a lift, that is what I have.
Which MotoMetals do you have? Can you post pictures?

I'm hopeing to get the 957s.

Much appreciated.

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Thanks!

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MotoMetals come in 17's also and a 265/70/17 will work without a lift, that is what I have.
LOL! Nevermind, I forgot to move my arrow over the blue text to find out. You do have 957s (black).

So, you do not have a lift? Not even shocks that raise it a little? Is there any rubbing whatsoever? When turning? U-Turns? Any?

Thanks again!

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Cleaning 957s

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What size wheels and tires? Was a lift required?

Michael
How difficult is it to clean the small bolt and detailed parts?

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How difficult is it to clean the small bolt and detailed parts?

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I've gotten them muddy and they cleaned up easily with just a pressure washer, I didn't even have to use a brush.
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