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Old 01-05-2017, 04:39 PM
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Yeah, that price was for all 4 with TPMS sensors. It was hard to say no. They are darn near flawless. One has a very minor 3" section of curb rash. Most of it polished out. Won't be going on until I get new tires. Pricing out tires now. 22's are expensive!
Yes they are. I found used trail grapplers on eBay for 800 and jumped on them

New they are about 2K installed

Of course there are cheaper brands the NItto but they still aren't cheap
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Old 01-05-2017, 05:06 PM
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Yes they are. I found used trail grapplers on eBay for 800 and jumped on them

New they are about 2K installed

Of course there are cheaper brands the NItto but they still aren't cheap
Indeed. When talking tires, 'cheap' and '22s' are not normally associated with each other.
When I get ready to put the new wheels on, can I use the band type TPMS sensors that are already on them, or do I need to swap the band TPMS sensors from my old wheels onto the new ones?
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Indeed. When talking tires, 'cheap' and '22s' are not normally associated with each other. When I get ready to put the new wheels on, can I use the band type TPMS sensors that are already on them, or do I need to swap the band TPMS sensors from my old wheels onto the new ones?
I can't help you with that question sorry
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Old 01-10-2017, 12:03 PM
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Can someone make a tire recommendation for these 22s? OEM size is 275/45R22, but I think I can run a 285/45R22 without affecting the speedo too much. Currently running ATs, but open to all-season. Any input appreciated.
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https://tiresize.com/comparison/


This site will give you some pretty good information about tire size and comparing OEM to others.
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Old 01-12-2017, 05:57 PM
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Nice choice on the wheels! upgraded to these a few years ago on my 07 fx4 and love the way they look. Haven't seen many F150s running these. I have 285/45R22 Bridgestone Duelers and haven't had any issues with them at all. Be sure to post pictures once you have them on.
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Nice choice on the wheels! upgraded to these a few years ago on my 07 fx4 and love the way they look. Haven't seen many F150s running these. I have 285/45R22 Bridgestone Duelers and haven't had any issues with them at all. Be sure to post pictures once you have them on.
Those look nice on your truck. I went tire shopping today. Looked at 305/40R22s and 285/45R22s. Tire shop was pushing me to an even larger size, but I think the 285 will work well for me. I'll post up pics when I pull the trigger. Thanks
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Raining here and truck is dirty, but the new wheels and tires are on. I think they look a lot better than the old 20s.
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Old 01-26-2017, 05:11 PM
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Looks nice !!!
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Old 01-26-2017, 10:11 PM
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Looks great!!!! Any plans on some lowering shackles in the rear? Whats going to happen to those 20's????
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