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Old 08-14-2013, 10:55 PM
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Originally Posted by calvinmx48 View Post
Yes the SRT wheel. I love the wheel and love the look in the lowered trucks. I'm on the fence of weather it would look good
Ya I agree, they look sick.

Personally I would try and find a way to "test fit" it. I know that'd be hard, but it'd be nice if you had a bud or a shop that would be willing to set one up for you and mount it. I would be hesitant to drop the money and find out it looked stupid.


I have a feeling it would look weird. So many other wheel options out there that look great for the "offroad" look
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