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View Poll Results: Which Rims Shall I Buy??
Pro Comp 7069 Alloy Wheels 44 62.86%
Pro Comp 98 Rock Crawlers 0 0%
Pro Comp 52 Rock Crawlers 16 22.86%
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Old 08-30-2013, 12:40 AM   #21
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Hm, yeah that's what I was gonna start researching, you lose that much power with 33s huh?



Replace two center caps? I feel like it would look pretty good without center caps as well..?

I'm also curious as to what the center caps alone will set me back if I do so happen to go with the 7069s?

And lastly... how the heck do they melt?
Ya, the center caps come as a cylinder with the little end cap attached. Sorry it's a little hard to describe. I already had all my center caps on so I was too lazy to take all the tires off and take them out. But it might look good without them. The thing that get lost are the very end pieces that snap in. The pieces that have paint come off them are the center cap cylinder, as they are just painted black.

The part that I said melts is the little procomp logo part, it has a clear softer plastic in front of it and one of my rims had that piece kind of deform and get cloudy. Not sure what happened but it looks like crap.

The center caps are the only thing that I've had go wrong with my rims so I mean I'm sure you would be fine if you just left them off. I have the 7089's by the way.
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Old 08-30-2013, 12:43 AM   #23
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Pretty much lol
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Old 08-30-2013, 12:53 AM   #24
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Ya, the center caps come as a cylinder with the little end cap attached. Sorry it's a little hard to describe. I already had all my center caps on so I was too lazy to take all the tires off and take them out. But it might look good without them. The thing that get lost are the very end pieces that snap in. The pieces that have paint come off them are the center cap cylinder, as they are just painted black.

The part that I said melts is the little procomp logo part, it has a clear softer plastic in front of it and one of my rims had that piece kind of deform and get cloudy. Not sure what happened but it looks like crap.

The center caps are the only thing that I've had go wrong with my rims so I mean I'm sure you would be fine if you just left them off. I have the 7089's by the way.
I can kinda see what you're talking about in the original post picture. The smaller circle inside of the center cap that has "Xtreme...blah blah blah" on it right?

Isn't that something you can repaint or rattle can bed line it once it starts looking like crap?
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Old 08-30-2013, 10:15 AM   #25
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Im definitely a fan of the 7069's. But they were my second choice. I originally wanted the Pro Comp 5001's


But the lowest bs I could find was 4.5 and I wanted 4" bs. So I went with the 7069's

As far as the center caps, I have had no issue so far. But I have heard of other with that issue. A friend of mine called ProComp and they sent him 4 brand new center caps after he had an issue with 1 of them. Since then, he haas has no issues.

With my stock 4.10 gearing, I really didn't feel much of a power loss when I went to 285's.
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Old 08-30-2013, 10:50 AM   #27
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Im definitely a fan of the 7069's. But they were my second choice. I originally wanted the Pro Comp 5001's


But the lowest bs I could find was 4.5 and I wanted 4" bs. So I went with the 7069's

As far as the center caps, I have had no issue so far. But I have heard of other with that issue. A friend of mine called ProComp and they sent him 4 brand new center caps after he had an issue with 1 of them. Since then, he haas has no issues.

With my stock 4.10 gearing, I really didn't feel much of a power loss when I went to 285's.
Yeah those are pretty sweet wheels as well, I just like the bullet hole look to these rims. Pro Comp sending your friend new center caps is good to know in case mine fizzle out
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Old 08-30-2013, 11:32 AM   #28
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F5's..
What color did you paint those? Look good on your lunar mist rig
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What color did you paint those? Look good on your lunar mist rig
They are matte gunmetal and they come that color. Vin over at SCS has a few diff colors. I didn't see that you were asking for "Pro Comp" suggestions only....sorry.

And thanks, I like them.
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They are matte gunmetal and they come that color. Vin over at SCS has a few diff colors. I didn't see that you were asking for "Pro Comp" suggestions only....sorry.

And thanks, I like them.
Oh I wasn't asking for Pro Comp suggestions, it was general suggestions that I'm taking. Leaning more toward the 7069s though
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I love my 7069s
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Old 08-31-2013, 10:44 AM   #32
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Those do look good.
What's your size, backspacing & offset for those?
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Those do look good.
What's your size, backspacing & offset for those?
16x8, 4 inch backspacing, -12mm offset.
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I can kinda see what you're talking about in the original post picture. The smaller circle inside of the center cap that has "Xtreme...blah blah blah" on it right?

Isn't that something you can repaint or rattle can bed line it once it starts looking like crap?
yup thats the one. ya probably, just kinda sucks. But if you dont mind that then go for it
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Decided on 7069s
Thank you for your votes/input!
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:13 PM   #36
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Damn ur truck looks nice .... Good job dude!
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Thanks man!
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Good choice my brotha.
Thanks 100x better than the stock rims & BFGs I had on before
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