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Old 09-07-2011, 12:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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20x14 or 20x12?

hey i have a 98 12v xcab sb and right now i have a 2" leveling kit with 2" blocks in the rear and a 2" body lift. im currently running 20s with 37" 13.5 mud grapplers. i really like the wide steam roller look and was wondering if anyone could help me pick if i should go 20x12 or the 14s? i would love the 14s but not sure if they would fit any help on this would be awsome!! oh the rims im looking at are fuel octanes


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Old 09-09-2011, 10:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Here's mine... 20x14 Fuel Hostage's wrapped in 33x13.50x20 Mickey Thompson ATZ's







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Old 09-10-2011, 06:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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thats a sick lookin truck man!!! is there lots of room when you turn lock to lock for bigger tires?
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Old 09-10-2011, 06:31 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Not a second gen but heres 20X14 with 37's on my truck.



Im running 9 inchs of lift and they still rub at full lock.
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im thinkin i might go with the 12s then. nice lookin truck man how do the fuel rims clean up and stuff ive never had black rims before
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thats a sick lookin truck man!!! is there lots of room when you turn lock to lock for bigger tires?
Thank you! I REALLY love how it turned out. There is not much more room at all at full turn for bigger tires. I have to be carefull as it is when turning at full lock and going up into a driveway or something. It tends to rub a bit in those situations. You just have to be carefull and its usually not a problem. To me, it is totally worth it for the look that it gives!
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I was in the same boat this morning, and after hours of staring at lennys truck and andys truck...i ordered 14 hostages!! But im running 40x15.5 ssm16s on 9" of lift and 3" spacers...Andys truck is the bad blue 07 in the thread above this one...either way u go man its gonna be bad , I wish I had mudcrapplers my wife loves um, they will be my next set, prolly just do 38s next time...
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Thank you! I REALLY love how it turned out. There is not much more room at all at full turn for bigger tires. I have to be carefull as it is when turning at full lock and going up into a driveway or something. It tends to rub a bit in those situations. You just have to be carefull and its usually not a problem. To me, it is totally worth it for the look that it gives!
Where ya at in Nashville? I have a few buddies at NADC right now...you wouldn't happen to be going to the Lincoln county fair this Friday or Saturday would you? We could flex on our 14s lol
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Where ya at in Nashville? I have a few buddies at NADC right now...you wouldn't happen to be going to the Lincoln county fair this Friday or Saturday would you? We could flex on our 14s lol
I live on the south side of Nashville just about to Williamson County. Basically just about to Brentwood / Cool Springs. I'll be up in Indianapolis at the 4 Wheel Jamboree with one of our monster trucks this weekend.
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i wanna see pics of the 20x14
s and 40s
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i wanna see pics of the 20x14
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Someone with photo bucket or the know how on how to post pics text me and I'll send you some pics! 256-874-6306 Anytime im at work right now so...
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