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Well I'm hunting around for 16x10rims that will fit my Superduty and these are what I'm finding so far:

Mickey Thompson's are about $145 each

Pro Comps from Carolina Classic trucks for $105 and about $38 for shipping.

These from tire rack are $133 each with ~$25 for shipping

Haven't been able to really find any on craigslist. Anyone else have any ideas?

The rims have to be an 8 on 170 bolt pattern.

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Well I'm hunting around for 16x10rims that will fit my Superduty and these are what I'm finding so far:

Mickey Thompson's are about $145 each

Pro Comps from Carolina Classic trucks for $105 and about $38 for shipping.

These from tire rack are $133 each with ~$25 for shipping

Haven't been able to really find any on craigslist. Anyone else have any ideas?

The rims have to be an 8 on 170 bolt pattern.

Did ya try 4 Wheel Parts? Tom said he could get about any wheel a guy could want, plus the club discount.

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Tom, unless you like polishing your wheels, dont go with the Mickey Thompsons - I believe there is no clearcoat on them and they will look like hell in no time.

In case you missed it:

http://www.mickeythompsontires.com/tech.php?bulletin=t6

I like the last ones.

It might be a good idea to get a forged wheel due to the weight of that big fiver of yours. Those are all cast wheels - which arent a good idea, IMHO.

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Mickey T's were low on the list since they were the most expensive wheels I posted.

Any input on the Pro Comps? or the Granite Alloy wheels?

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Any input on the Pro Comps? or the Granite Alloy wheels?

It might be a good idea to get a forged wheel due to the weight of that big fiver of yours. Those are all cast wheels - which arent a good idea, IMHO.

Id maybe be looking at the Centerline wheels. unfortunately forged = more $$$

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The lighter the wheel the better Tom. I'll be getting just some standard bullet hole style, like the ones Ultra offers. 16x10 rim with M&H Racemaster Cheater Slicks in 31x14x16

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My bad Tom. 30" tall x 14" wide. Recomended for 16x10 wheels, 11" wide footprint on the ground. Wrinkle wall.

Some Cal-Tracs and these slicks and we're set Tom :ford

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