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Old 08-08-2011, 08:31 AM
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I love the look of the 20's on the third and fourth gen trucks. I would never consider changing mine to anything else. A lot of people seem to be in a hurry to get aftermarket wheels to replace the stock 20s. There are some really nice aftermarket wheels but I actually love the stockers. I think they are much sexier than most other stock rims. But, of course, it's all in what you like. You look at your truck much more than anyone else, lol.

As for gas mileage and ride quality...I'm sure 17s would do better on both counts but my truck rides fine with stock 20s and some good tires. And if I was that concerned about gas mileage I wouldn't have bought a full size V8 truck...especially a Dodge, lmao!!!!

The Codes...if you are looking to upgrade I would go with 18s on your truck. The only way I would put anything bigger on it is if you are giving it a considerable lift and can put some mean tires on was well. Just my 2 cents.
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