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New wheels (pics whorage)

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by ppham444, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. ppham444

    ppham444 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Finally got the wheels put on. They are 16X8 Jaos Victron Excel II. One side, I put the center caps on, the other side are without. Which way do you guys think looks better?

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  2. smallcandle

    smallcandle The clown has no penis...

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    Nice choice, looks really clean! I prefer the center caps on, but that's just me.
     
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    Bryan07sport Well-Known Member

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    caps on like it's suppossed to be. looks like your caps got jacked or fell off otherwise. it is obvious that something's missing without them.
    wheels look great on the white.
     
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    Chad Rand Paul 2016

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    I'd go caps on. Like the look. May I ask how much the wheels cost? :eek:
     
  5. ppham444

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    Well, my brother used to run these on his Pathfinder, but he sold it and kept the wheels. Now that I have a Tacoma, he said I can just use them as long as I want. :) Sweet deal eh?
     
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    Truck looks great man...I like the caps off but it'll look great either way
     
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    i would rock them with caps on. whats the tires size? no lift?
     
  8. ppham444

    ppham444 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Tire size is 265/70/16 with no lift.......at least not yet.:D
     
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    Hey bro and one more thing are they e rated tires? If they are how does your truck ride now compared to the stock wheels and stock bridge dueler tires?
     
  10. ppham444

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    Sorry man, but what are e-rated tires? Never heard that before. Wheels ride just like stock 17 inch, but due to the tread design of the BFs, it's a little louder than the stock tires, but I'll trade that any day for better traction in mud and snow.
     
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