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View Poll Results: Which wheel for my barcelona red.
Black Rhino Sidewinder 15 27.78%
Raceline Raptor 35 64.81%
Ultra Crusher 4 7.41%
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Old 01-23-2013, 01:24 PM   #1
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Which Wheel for me.

I need help deciding on which wheel to purchase. I have a 2012 Barcelona Red 4dr 4wd with sport pkg. Here is what I have narrowed it down to. Please give your opinions. I want to go with a 18x9 and a 265/65/18.

1. Black Rhino Sidewinder 2. Raceline Raptor 3. Ultra Crusher
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:12 AM   #2
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Ah c'mon. Not one opinion?
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Old 01-24-2013, 07:49 AM   #4
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My vote would be for the Racelines....
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Racelines. Go with 285 on a 9" wheel. Ask me how I know.
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raceline without centercap!!
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racelines, or the ultra crushers in all black
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I appreciate the info. I took some of yall's advice and went with the Racelines. I stuck with Falken Wild Peak AT P265/65/18, there is only .4 difference in width between the 265 and 285. I am also trying to keep the rolling weight down. I talked to a couple of folks and they said I should be fine. We will see. I wont have these for 5-7 buisness days. As soon as I get em on I will post pics. Thanks for the help. FYI I went to my local DTD and they hooked me up. I told them I wanted to stay under $1500 OTD and they made it happen.
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the sidewinders would be my choice of those three, but personally I think the method standards have a better look to them then those.
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Yea those methods are nice and I looked into them but I personally dont like the fake beadlock look and I was trying to keep the total around $600-$700 for all 4. They have the double standard rims that are beadlock I believe, but I couldnt find one in a 18x9.
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I paid 700 shipped for my double standards
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Got em installed. Went with:

18x9 Raceline Rapotrs
-6 offset/4.75 Backspace

265/65/18 Falken Wild Peak AT
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Nice looking truck! good choice on the rims!
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Got em installed. Went with:

18x9 Raceline Rapotrs
-6 offset/4.75 Backspace

265/65/18 Falken Wild Peak AT
looks great!! nice choice!
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Very nice!!! It looks like even with the 265, the tires are sticking out a little. It has a nice stance.. Is this becasue of the backspacing and offset?
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Does your truck have a level kit/lift or is it stock?
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Does your truck have a level kit/lift or is it stock?
Billys at 1.75 with nothing in the rear. It sits a hair front high.
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