Anyone have some good 15x10 rims?

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it depends. What do you want it to do? What do you want it to look like? Do you have a picture of the rig for us to help a little better?


If you want a stock look but with wide tires, you can get OEM rims and widen them, and put hubcaps on.
 
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I am really just looking for a pair of slick black rims, and I can't find any with the 6x5.5 bolt pattern.
 

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Can you post up a picture of your truck? It might help with suggestions. It’s hard to give advice on good wheels when we don’t have a reference to what would look good.
 

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How wide are you trying to go? “Skinny” tires are usually 10.5 wide. 12.5 wide are big tires. 12.5 wide tires fit nicely on 8 inch wide rims

12.5" much over 33" they become tall and skinny.

37 12.5 17 on 8 x 17 wheels.

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Can you post up a picture of your truck? It might help with suggestions. It’s hard to give advice on good wheels when we don’t have a reference to what would look good.

12.5" much over 33" they become tall and skinny.

37 12.5 17 on 8 x 17 wheels.

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Awesome rig btw, and I don't think I'd be able to get away with 12.5's without rubbing.
Therefore It think I'd max out at 10.5
 

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No but they would probably just rub in the rear when wheeling
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if not for flares. No lift on the rig. You can see better how 8" rim still provides a bulge in the sidewall to protect rim. 10" rim would not produce bulge for protection.
 

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Jackson- are you planning to have it be a road vehicle or a off road rig or what? That depends how wide your wheel should probably be in proportion to your tire
 
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it depends. What do you want it to do? What do you want it to look like? Do you have a picture of the rig for us to help a little better?


If you want a stock look but with wide tires, you can get OEM rims and widen them, and put hubcaps on.
A picture won't help, I mean it's torn in pieces really.
 

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