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Lets see those 20" rims!

Discussion in 'Wheels and Tires' started by Benny85, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. Benny85

    Benny85 Junior Member

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    Curious to see how 20" rims look on a square body. lets see some pics.
     
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    A little late to this. Coming off Strep Throat that really put me down. My apologies.
    Evidently not a lot of 20" wheels out there. These are 20×10 Ridlers on my square. Stock suspension and they fill the wheel wells much better than stock. Personally I dig 'em but I know not for everybody.
     
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    Lookin good man. Been thinking about going 18 or 20 from the 15s that are on there now.
     
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    Thanx a lot for the pictures! They look good was gonna go with a 17' rim but I found it easier to find tires for 20' rims. What size are those tires?
     
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    From a man who doesn't appreciate 20" rims... I must say your combo on this rig is pretty awesome. You have good taste.
     
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    Im not a 20 fan but i am a fan of your burb! Shes a beauty!
     
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    I don't like 20s and above rims because too much rim and not enough tire for my taste. With that being said. I do like the look of yours tho. :waytogo:
     
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    Tires are 285/50R20. They look pretty bad ass when looking at the stance from behind too.
     
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    Thanks for the props. Its truly appreciated coming from you guys.
    Everywhere I go with this thing i get cat calls, whistles and thumbs up like a hooker walking past a construction site. I know damn well they ain't directed at me either.
    I can't park it anyplace without some stranger coming up and asking about it.

    All those new $60k+ rigs don't even get a second glance. Pretty cool stuff.
     
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    And your truck will still be rolling long after they are done.
     
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