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Wow those are some awesome pics! Truck is definitely coming along very nicely. The wheel and tire combo made a huge difference. Thanks again for the support and for the great pictures! Much appreciated!
 

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Just ordered these a few minutes ago. Will post pics up when I get it installed.

Thanks Sean for the info!
 

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That looks sick, what size tires?
 

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Sweet man looks killer, good call on the duratracs. The offset of them wheels is perfect,ya getting any rubbing?
 

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Sweet man looks killer, good call on the duratracs. The offset of them wheels is perfect,ya getting any rubbing?
Thanks. The BFD wheels are 18X9 with +12mm offset. No rubbing issues and I didn't do anything to modify the inner linings. I removed all mud flaps before the wheels/tires so I couldn't tell you if they run with flaps.
 

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