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KMC XD Machete wheel

Anybody running these? Thinking about a 18" or 20" matte grey set for my '14 CM Silver. They are +25 offset so hoping they would be a good fit wit a small lift.
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Dude, those are badass! I think I just found my new wheels. Thanks man.
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Nice wheel.

How small is 'small lift'? If you are thinking of 3ish lift, then you are golden. If your small lift is 6 inches, then check the lift kit you are considering. Each manufacturer specify the wheel backspacing needed for their kit.
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I'm thinking something like the Bilstein 6112 in front and whatever works with it the back or the Pro suspension kit. I think they both come in around 2.5" but could be wrong. Just started digging into it.
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I really like those wheels. When I first saw them a few weeks ago, I looked on the XD site and they weren't listed.


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They kind of look similar to the Fuel Anza.
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Pretty similar to the Anza's. I just can't get over the center cap on them.
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Anyone running these?! I'm infatuated with them. They were just released.


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They kind of look similar to the Fuel Anza.
I had decided on these, but there are several people who have had issues with the bolts rusting. A member on here had bad rust on the bolts, and it took him months to get new hardware from fuel. I'll go with the XDs I think.
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I had decided on these, but there are several people who have had issues with the bolts rusting. A member on here had bad rust on the bolts, and it took him months to get new hardware from fuel. I'll go with the XDs I think.
Ive seen a few of those posts about the hardware rusting. Bummer. I do like the XD's a little better. I also think that the offset is different if you compare the same size wheels. I beleive that the Anza'a are a +20 offset vs +25 for the XD's in a 20x9. The XD's will look great.


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I really like those also. Originally what I wanted until I saw the mod they had to do because of the offset.
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Nice wheel.

How small is 'small lift'? If you are thinking of 3ish lift, then you are golden. If your small lift is 6 inches, then check the lift kit you are considering. Each manufacturer specify the wheel backspacing needed for their kit.
I dig those wheels, just very neat and decent and seemed just right with small 3sh lift.

The Satin black machined face looks more decent to me
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I dig those wheels, just very neat and decent and seemed just right with small 3sh lift.

The Satin black machined face looks more decent to me
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Those look pretty sweet.


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