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anyone know if the stock wheels on the LE can be polished? I was considering going for aftermarket chrome wheels. I was just curious if these can polished, chromed, or plated in anyway to get the georgous shinny finish.
 

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shinny wheels

don,t waste you time and money on the 18's. go with 20''s the truck will handle better it will also look much better. my green titan with 20''s :gunz:
 

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woah they look purty as hell polished. :eveilgrin for around a grand you can have a wide variety of choices.
 

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Powder Coat chrome or smoked chrome (polish) 60-75 per wheels.
 

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Panda said:
Mine came chromed from the dealer. He sold them to me at "cost" of around $800. I might have gotten ripped off, but they look cool.

that wheel looks great Panda, thats exactly what I want.
 

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Craig_SRV said:
that wheel looks great Panda, thats exactly what I want.
Try Powder Coating, more durable, cheaper and won't void warranty.
 

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imho, if you have a 4x4 then putting bigger rims and lower profile tires on just look plain crazy. why not have a 4x2 and do this. i know people will say that the 4wd system works when you have 20's on but i personally think it looks silly. flame on.....
 

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imho, if you have a 4x4 then putting bigger rims and lower profile tires on just look plain crazy. why not have a 4x2 and do this. i know people will say that the 4wd system works when you have 20's on but i personally think it looks silly. flame on.....
No flame from me, I completly agree. Except Craig_SRV has a 4x2, so 20's would look fine.
 

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There are chrome rims on ebay... they want too much (plus your stock rims) but they look nice. They won't look very nice in a year or two, though.

It's a choice between polished which are a b*tch to maintain, or chrome that will eventually chip, peel and flake, but are easy to clean and shine like a christmas penny.

I've chosen over the years to stick with neither. :)
 
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