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Old 03-13-2013, 01:14 PM   #1
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This should be interesting. Post pictures of your truck with wide, negative offset wheels. It will prob help others if you post wheel/tire specs also.

I will start. Mine are:

22x14 American Force Shields -76 offset (9.5" lip)
37x13.50x22 trail grapplers

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Damn!!!!!!
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Everyone needs to show a pic down the side of the body so we can see how far they actually stick out.....
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I personally don't care for that look but I do respect that you did it right (or so it looks). I hate seeing hack jobs no matter what look you are going for. We have an old ranger running around here with a homemade lift and offsets. Death on wheels.
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I will get a pic of how far they stick out in a minute.

Yes, everything is done right and I honestly bought the best components IMO without factoring in cost at all.

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Some pics from right now at work.


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HTX, what did you use or where did you buy for the rear fender wells where you have that rubber there? mine, you can see straight through to the other side and I hate it!
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Planning on driving over a few Honda's and Toyota's? LMAO
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HTX, what did you use or where did you buy for the rear fender wells where you have that rubber there? mine, you can see straight through to the other side and I hate it!
They are gap guards from performance accessories
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good luck keeping it clean in any dirt, mud, or anything not dry. And throwing things up on the paint too. but if that's not a big deal to you, looks pretty cool I guess.
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