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post #4006 of 4008 Old 05-18-2017, 04:49 AM
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I can't believe a guy with such great taste would choose THOSE wheels, SKT!


Good seeing you on this side of the forum.

Haha, I saw you were running these same wheels, so I knew it was a no brainer.

Actually, of all the aftermarket wheels available, these are my favorite. Just the right amount of 'bling' and subtle at the same time. Not the average black Rock Star wheel either.

This is a pavement pounder - it will most likely never be off-road, so that was a factor w/ going for the 20x10's too.


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Which lift did you go with?
Went w/ a Pro Comp kit for this one. They call it a 4"; however, I think it ended up being right at 3".

Seems to ride good on the street, but will be making some upgrades to other steering, suspension and brake parts soon.

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Actually, of all the aftermarket wheels available, these are my favorite. Just the right amount of 'bling' and subtle at the same time...
When I got mine, they had just come out -ironically, the guy at the tire shop tried talking me into a set of Rockstar they had

They remind me (shapewise) of the old-school Jackman wheels. I'm not a fan of the center cap, I'd prefer something less angular. I've toyed around with just doing a flat /smooth cover. I may still.

Looks great.... Well done!

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They remind me (shapewise) of the old-school Jackman wheels.

I'm not a fan of the center cap, I'd prefer something less angular. I've toyed around with just doing a flat /smooth cover. I may still.

Looks great.... Well done!

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Thanks Hoss, you've got a sharp looking JKU as well!

Ah, hadn't thought about it before, but the Mavericks do resemble a modern version of Jackman wheels.

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I've been looking for a different center cap option too. Please keep me in mind if you find or come up w/ something. Would love to see something similar to what the Raptor owners are doing w/ Method wheels:

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http://www.fordraptorforum.com/f29/c...-wheels-26008/

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