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ive got thousands of wheels & tires in stock. call for pricing. financing available

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Well, since the ice has been broken already, if you spent even 5 minutes looking this site over before posting all your bro-dozer wheels, you'd notice that there's damn few if ANY 4x4s on here rocking 20 inch wheels and low profile tires. This isn't the mall crawler crowd you're looking for.
 

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Well, since the ice has been broken already, if you spent even 5 minutes looking this site over before posting all your bro-dozer wheels, you'd notice that there's damn few if ANY 4x4s on here rocking 20 inch wheels and low profile tires. This isn't the mall crawler crowd you're looking for.
what's wrong with having 20's? i daily drive my f150 (20-25k miles a year) with a 35/12.5/20 hankook dynapro m/t and my truck probably has been in more mud than most of your "hardcore wheelers".

Rob
 

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what's wrong with having 20's?

my truck probably has been in more mud than most of your "hardcore wheelers".
mostly, not enough sidewall between the rim and trail damage.
lower air pressures equal more traction in most conditions.
most with 35s, on 20" rims, wont air down to get the most traction possible,
to avoid rim/tire damage.

mud is far from hardcore, but enjoy it anyway.
 

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nice first post. Perhaps you should start a build thread to show all these amateurs here how it's done.
technically its not my 1st post. i cant log into my original account since i no longer have access to the email i originally setup so i had to create a new one.

and no need to act like an ass toward me, if you didn't mean it in that sense than i apologize. i do not pretend to be an expert at anything just pointing out i have different views/taste in my selection of tires and wheels.

Rob
 

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mostly, not enough sidewall between the rim and trail damage.
lower air pressures equal more traction in most conditions.
most with 35s, on 20" rims, wont air down to get the most traction possible,
to avoid rim/tire damage.

mud is far from hardcore, but enjoy it anyway.
again i dont claim to be an off-roader. btw i grew up in Hazel Park lived there for 38 years before i moved out here.

Rob
 

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ive got 20inch TUFF wheels on a 35 series federal tire. Brand new set never used before. im looking to get $1,500 for this set. they are 5 lug.

John #(586)612-7812

Those sure don't look like 5 lug. False advertisement.

what's wrong with having 20's? i daily drive my f150 (20-25k miles a year) with a 35/12.5/20 hankook dynapro m/t and my truck probably has been in more mud than most of your "hardcore wheelers".

Rob
Mud is nasty.
 
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