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Old 02-06-2011, 03:33 PM   #1
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I have a set of American Force 22.5 conversion. It comes with adapters that will fit Dodge and Chevy 8 lug trucks. I had these on my Dually for about 8 months and sold the truck without them. I purchased these for 6k and with shipping and balancing was pushing 7. I also bought a spare rim $490 that will go with.

Asking 4500, and I am pretty firm on the price. If you make an offer it needs to be very close to that for me to let them go.


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Old 02-06-2011, 06:39 PM   #2
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how much lift did you have to put on your truck also how tall are the tires
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Old 02-07-2011, 08:12 AM   #3
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If you have a 4WD Dodge you do not need a lift. The tires are a true 37". I had a 4" on my truck and had plenty of clearance. The rear is sagging in the photo cause I had my rock crawler attached and no air in the bags, but there is a lot of clearance.
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Talk to your local truck accessory shops. They might sell them for you, or refer someone to you. I used to sell quite a few of these when I had a shop. They always have people interested and for a deal like that, they might be able to move them pretty fast for you.

Take some good pics and leave the pics with them. DO NOT LEAVE the setup with them.
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Old 02-07-2011, 04:18 PM   #5
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Thanks for the heads up and advice BIGGER. I'll ask the shops around Austin I know if they will put the word out for me.
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put it on websites like www.realestniggas.com and www.realraptalk.com and www.undergroundhiphop.com. they will have a bigger audience for those kinds of wheels
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Just curious about the wheels.
Is the offset the same as stock wheels?
How do you account for the thickness of the adapters?
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put it on websites like www.realestniggas.com and www.realraptalk.com and www.undergroundhiphop.com. they will have a bigger audience for those kinds of wheels
I hope to God you are kidding. I didn't have these on a "Donk" I know you're in Spring which is hood, but it's not really that type of set up.
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Just curious about the wheels.
Is the offset the same as stock wheels?
How do you account for the thickness of the adapters?
I had some 35's with a spacer in between the wheels on the truck before, and with the 22.5's they stuck out just the same. The adapter to go from a 8 lug to the 10 lug goes on the hub obviously, but there is nothing in between the wheels them self like the 35's had.
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put it on websites like www.realestniggas.com and www.realraptalk.com and www.undergroundhiphop.com. they will have a bigger audience for those kinds of wheels

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i wanted these but dont think they will fit my 2wd its got a inch and a half leveling kit and 33s are the max that will clear
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Old 02-08-2011, 08:56 AM   #12
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Yeah. That might be a stretch to fit those on. The 4WD basically came with a decent size lift from the factory. I have seen a 2WD Super Dukey around Austin that is running a 22.5 set up on his, but not sure what kind of tire it's holding.
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put it on websites like www.realestniggas.com and www.realraptalk.com and www.undergroundhiphop.com. they will have a bigger audience for those kinds of wheels

you retard.. the audience for those wheels would be Giterdun.com those guys love alcoas and 7 inch dual stacks.


JK, i'm actually pimping a set of those on my truck too.. sure are mighty dirty though. (and yes, i'm being a smart ***, i drive an 18 wheeler lol)

good luck with the sale man.. you might want to talk to whats his face from Get it Up offroad in Belton, i see alot of those kind of poser 18 wheeler wannabe rigs hanging out around his shop.
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you retard.. the audience for those wheels would be Giterdun.com those guys love alcoas and 7 inch dual stacks.


JK, i'm actually pimping a set of those on my truck too.. sure are mighty dirty though. (and yes, i'm being a smart ***, i drive an 18 wheeler lol)

good luck with the sale man.. you might want to talk to whats his face from Get it Up offroad in Belton, i see alot of those kind of poser 18 wheeler wannabe rigs hanging out around his shop.

Thanks for the heads up man. I'll give them a call in the am and see what they can't do with them.
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