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Old 01-24-2007, 04:08 PM
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Welcome Rickson Truck Wheels

Do you haul heavy loads? Want tougher wheels and big-rig looks? Tired of the rapid wear on your truck's tires? Look no further than Rickson Truck Wheels...

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As owners of 3/4 and one-ton pickups, we were frustrated with both the rapid wear and poor handling characteristics of our 16" light truck tires, not to mention that they looked so small. Also, when we really loaded up the trucks, we felt that our safety was marginal…. at best. As engineers and innovators, we knew there had to be a better mousetrap. All roads pointed to the use of a 19.5" commercial truck tire on our pick-ups. We also knew that we didn’t want to use adapters. We figured that if we wanted better handling, improved tire wear, good looks, and a larger safety factor, that others must too. Frustrated at the lack of availability of such a wheel, our company was born and we set out to produce 19.5" wheels in the correct bolt patterns and hub bores for our trucks.
Rickson Truck Wheels specializes in direct bolt-up/direct replacement commercial-duty 17.5", 19.5", and 22.5" wheels and tires. With our wheel and tire packages, we use a match mounting process that duplicates the OEM’s on every assembly before it leaves their facility to ensure a vibration-free ride. With the use of our special centering jigs, our technicians duplicate the mounting method that the factory engineers use to center the wheel on the truck. Then, precision balancing ensures a smooth ride for the life of the tire. We continually work closely with the equipment manufacturers to ensure that our methods and equipment are state of the art.
Check them out at www.RicksonTruck.com and let them know you saw them on Ford-Trucks.com!
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