So at 30K miles the pirellis aren't going to make it through my winters (regular drives in 10 inches of snow). One wheel is peeling pretty bad, fortunately others are good - but it bugs me enough that I am looking for some good replacements and want some opinions and suggestions. I am wanting to stick around $250-$350 per wheel - Looking at 22s
One wheel I saw that didn't look too bad (anyone that can photoshop to help me see it would be appreciated
Looking for opinions, other suggestions, etc - wide open as I haven't found the 'it' wheel yet
The wheel + tire will probably exceed $1000. I'm not sure I want to put $4000 - $5000 into my Expedition for what's basically cosmetic changes. Center of gravity of the truck won't change so the 911s will still out-corner it. (Heck, the college girls in their Miatas will too!)
Hi guys im new to this forum. eddiemoney i know what you mean the chrome clad 20 are garbage two of mine have some real bad curb rash (bought it that way) if you like the ones from the harely you should try to look on criaglist in your local area might get some with good tires i presonaly like the 6 spoke 20's from the new f150 i think that they would look nice on the expedition FORD F150 WHEELS TIRES RIMS 20" 2012 FX4 WHEELS TIRES RIMS EXPEDITION NEW NEW NE so you get an idea of what they look like and you keep the same tire size.
Depending on where you are, you can get Moto Metal 959 chrome or silver/black 20's with Nitto Grappler All-terrain's for right around $2500.00. But going to 22's is a big jump in price. We don't sell much of anything larger than 20's in my truck accessory store for that reason alone.
Here's a picture of them on my truck.
2012 F350 4x4 XLT SuperCab 6.2L, 3.73
2007 Chrysler Crossfire Convertible
1967 Mercury Cougar XR-7 GT
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