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XD Revolvers durability?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by dbeckwith540, May 15, 2013.

  1. May 15, 2013 at 6:58 PM
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    dbeckwith540

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    I am getting XD Revolvers Matte Black on with Nitto Trail grapplers for my 2nd gen tacoma. I was wondering how these rims hold up if I went in mud holes. Do these rims scratch easily? If anyone who has these rims could let me know how there rims have held up and if you do any wheeling with them. Thank you.
     
  2. Nov 3, 2013 at 4:01 PM
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    mainewoodsballer

    mainewoodsballer YESSAHBUD...heyut

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  3. Nov 3, 2013 at 4:05 PM
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    That Dude Tim

    That Dude Tim Toyota Technician

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    Goodyear DuraTrac 265/70R17, KMC XD Revolvers, ICON's, Firestone Ride Rites, Sockmonkey Decals, 35% tint both front doors, Braided Brake Lines, Removed Charcoal Filter, BHLM, Rear view camera switch, 7-pin in bumper, Lighted 4x4 switch, Rear diff breather, LED bulbs, ImMrYo bracket, mudflap delete, black Al.tube steps
    I've had mine on my truck for about 3 years now. Live in the salt belt and they are just fine. No bubbles or flaking of paint. I haven't gone in any mud "pits" but in field mud and trail mud they are fine still. The only thing that is sorta happening is the fake chrome on the center caps is starting to crack and flake.
     
  4. Nov 3, 2013 at 8:22 PM
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    darektylka

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    any issues balancing the revolvers? what size rims and what tires are you running?
     
  5. Nov 4, 2013 at 8:45 AM
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    That Dude Tim

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    Goodyear DuraTrac 265/70R17, KMC XD Revolvers, ICON's, Firestone Ride Rites, Sockmonkey Decals, 35% tint both front doors, Braided Brake Lines, Removed Charcoal Filter, BHLM, Rear view camera switch, 7-pin in bumper, Lighted 4x4 switch, Rear diff breather, LED bulbs, ImMrYo bracket, mudflap delete, black Al.tube steps
    I have 17in wheels with Goodyear Duratrac rubber LT265/70R17 load range C. They are balanced out but did take a bit of weight, mostly because of the tires themselves. They road force balanced out good but the actual "balancing" weight amount was high. I plan on switching over to Konig 17in wheels in spring of 2014. Mostly to bring the tires into the fender wells more because the backspacing is slightly different.
     
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