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Old 01-03-2013, 02:33 PM
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Dually Steel Wheels

I just got a 2001 F350 XL V10 Dually as a shop truck for my motorcycle shop. It has steel wheels on it and they are pretty ugly. I don't really care for simulators, and a set of factory Alcoa wheels are not in the budget.
So my question is, has anyone tried using the factory center caps from the Alcoa's on steel wheels and repainted the wheels maybe with some 16" trim rings? Or what other ideas do you have to make the steel wheels look a little better. If you have done something like this some pictures would be cool.
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