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Old 11-11-2013, 08:52 PM   #1
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Just curious to know if anyone is running WORX wheels on their F-150 and how they are holding up. I am looking at possibly putting the Worx 803 "Beast" PVD finish in an 18 x 9" version on my '13 SCrew and am curious as to how the wheels and/or the finish are holding up over time. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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Just curious to know if anyone is running WORX wheels on their F-150 and how they are holding up. I am looking at possibly putting the Worx 803 "Beast" PVD finish in an 18 x 9" version on my '13 SCrew and am curious as to how the wheels and/or the finish are holding up over time. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Ive heard mixed reviews about them. Is this what your looking for?
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Looking for that exact wheel, just in the Chrome like finish. Have a friend who has some deep dish (significant negative offset) in another brand and the finish is not holding up well. Was just curious if anyone had these wheels in the bright chrome like finish and how they were holding up. Hate to spend a good deal of cash on something that doesn't last well.
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Ive heard mixed reviews about them. Is this what your looking for?

Damn, those look sharp! Might have to consider those when I need new tires in the spring. Been looking at Tuff All-terrain wheels
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Found a local guy on craigslist selling his 2012 with the chrome 803's your looking for. Minnesota truck, so the wheels see plenty of salt and the finish looks mint still.
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