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Old 01-05-2011, 12:16 AM
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Default Pics of the New Wheels 18x10 all around!

Here is the first pic I took of them after they were mounted up, I have super high res photo's coming too. Will post them here too.

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Old 01-05-2011, 07:32 AM
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u went with 18x10s all around?
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Old 01-05-2011, 08:21 AM
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Looks good. Do the front wheels rub?
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Old 01-05-2011, 11:00 AM
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Originally Posted by JWButler14 View Post
u went with 18x10s all around?
Sure did
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Looks good. Do the front wheels rub?
THanks!
and Nope! No rubbing......well at full lock the tires rub the inner fender just a tad.....on some surfaces it doesn't others it does. But No rubbing when it counts
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Be prepared for some serious tramlining. I thought there was something wrong with my suspension when I first put 275's on mine. When you can visually see the truck tire ruts in worn road surfaces, be prepared to fight your steering wheel. Someone else warned me before I bought the 275's and I thought they were yankin' my chain.
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Be prepared for some serious tramlining. I thought there was something wrong with my suspension when I first put 275's on mine. When you can visually see the truck tire ruts in worn road surfaces, be prepared to fight your steering wheel. Someone else warned me before I bought the 275's and I thought they were yankin' my chain.
The only tramlining I've noticed is on bad surfaces.....but you're right, plenty on bad roads.....doesn't bother me though: I always drive at 9 & 3 with both hands on the wheel unless i'm shifting of course
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looks good!
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pretty!
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Really Nice
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