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I don't think I have seen much in the way of aftermarket 17" wheels for the Titan 4WD on this forum or others. Has anybody got the urge to install new wheels? Or have you actually fulfilled the urge, and layed down cash for new wheels? Would be very interested in seeing some photos. Took at look at tirerack, but did not like any of the wheels they had.
 

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don't have pics yet. camera in shop. neighbor that manages Discount Tire hooked me up with MB Motoring "Precise" polished rims, 285/70/17 goodyear MTRs, warranty etc. for 1,200 (avout 1,600 reg price)
 

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centerline 17x8 polished wheels on 265x70x17 bfg all terrains.....
I like those! Had a set on my hardbody, kinda takes me back..............
 

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Same here, I like the oem offroad wheels a lot. May be I should look for a set for my CC. Chris, yours is one of the best looking trucks, must be the color and the wheels. Or maybe just the background :jester:

what decals do you have right above the body molding?
 

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Here are some 17" x 9" wheels from centerline (all with 3200 lb load rating) that appeal to me:
http://www.centerlinewheels.com/wheels_detail.php?mw_id=17&sw_id=90
http://www.centerlinewheels.com/wheels_detail.php?mw_id=17&sw_id=93
http://www.centerlinewheels.com/wheels_detail.php?mw_id=17&sw_id=89
http://www.centerlinewheels.com/wheels_detail.php?mw_id=7&sw_id=47
http://www.centerlinewheels.com/wheels_detail.php?mw_id=7&sw_id=50

All of these wheels have a 4.5" back spacing. Not sure how that will work out on the Titan (as I don't own a Titan yet).

Enkei also makes some alloys for trucks (but most do not have a 3200 lb rating).

http://www.enkei.com/Truck.html


Here is a link to some forged alloy truck wheels from Weld Racing:
http://www.weldracing.com/Truck.html
Many of these seem to have a load rating around 2800 lbs.
 

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mytitan said:
centerline 17x8 polished wheels on 265x70x17 bfg all terrains.....
Mytitan, do you happen to know the back spacing measurement on your centerlines? Compared to the original wheels, do the centerlines give a wider or narrower track width?
 

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ARE Diamond 17x8 6x5.5 ($157 ea).
Got them here http://www.cruisin-gold.com/
They have a live web cam you can manipulate and check out the entire inventory on their walls (warehouse type place). You can even zoom in on prices and sizes. You just have to fight for control of the camera with the other people on-line (or let them do the driving).
 

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No Centerlines! Their wheels don't hold up and they don't stand behind the wheels.
 
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