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Old 12-09-2006, 01:09 PM
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i noticed this blazer truck today,and its rims where sticking out about 2" from the fram.kinda cool but how did he do it
 
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Sticking out 2" past teh fenders?

He has aftermarket rims and/or oversized tires on the truck.
 
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What type of rims you looking at? or asking about I have a set that stick out about that far. Good set of off-roading rims.
 
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you talking about deep dish rims? you can get those, but i wouldn't advise it.
 
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you talking about deep dish rims? you can get those, but i wouldn't advise it.
No not deep dish crap, he is talking about a different offset on a rim. I could be wrong but anyone who puts those on a truck needs to be sent to exterior cosmetics school.
 
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ah, offsets. make sure you know what offset you need, because a 4wd rim would look goofy as hell on a 2wd hub.
 
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Old 12-10-2006, 02:07 PM
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you talking about deep dish rims? you can get those, but i wouldn't advise it.
No not deep dish crap, he is talking about a different offset on a rim. I could be wrong but anyone who puts those on a truck needs to be sent to exterior cosmetics school.
Play Nice now. Everyone has different tastes in what they want for their truck
 
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No not deep dish crap, he is talking about a different offset on a rim. I could be wrong but anyone who puts those on a truck needs to be sent to exterior cosmetics school.
Wow just quit while your ahead.


Deep dish rims are hot as hell


case and point

 
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negative offset wheels and/or could have been just spacers.
 
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No not deep dish crap, he is talking about a different offset on a rim. I could be wrong but anyone who puts those on a truck needs to be sent to exterior cosmetics school.
Wow just quit while your ahead.


Deep dish rims are hot as hell


case and point

The only deep dish wheels ive ever heard called deep dish are usually 13"-15" and have a HUGE backspacking, they stick out ALOT further then the style like on that Z ever will. Think Ford F-150s and Dodge Rams from the mid to late 90's.


I love the big lip wheels I dont like deep dish wheels. What you posted is a really a lip and not a dish.


I cant find a picture but as soon as im done searching cardomain.com Im sure ill have a few to prove as examples.


Hillbilly I am playing nice, not everyone has to agree and like the same thing, Im sure you understand. I was just trying to clarify it was an offset and not a deep dish he was maybe refering to, just to make it clear what we being talked about, not all wheels are the same after all.
 

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