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Old 02-01-2008, 06:53 PM
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not a big fan of the wheels, but it's not my truck. looks like you went with an eclipse headunit. what speakers did you use?
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not a big fan of the wheels, but it's not my truck. looks like you went with an eclipse headunit. what speakers did you use?
I don't really like the wheels anymore either, they grabbed my attention at first but they won't be on long. The headunit is the Kenwood DNX7100. It's a pretty good unit, all the nav info is on a SD disk. All the interior speakers are kicker with components up front.

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I like the wheels. How much wider are they compared to stock? Did you put the tire pressure sensors on them?
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I kinda dig the wheels... are they 22's... might look abit better if they were 20's... What brand are they, I may have to take a look at a set for my 08 expy... any backspace problems or hit on the inner wheel wells?

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I like the wheels. How much wider are they compared to stock? Did you put the tire pressure sensors on them?
I think the original rim is 7" wide and these are 10" wide. They dont rub at all and the ride is perfect to me. I drove from Phoenix to central Tx on them which is a little over 1000 miles and still Avg. 18.5 mpg staying around 80mph, i was getting close to 20 before the wheels and yes the tire pressure sensors are on them.

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I kinda dig the wheels... are they 22's... might look abit better if they were 20's... What brand are they, I may have to take a look at a set for my 08 expy... any backspace problems or hit on the inner wheel wells?

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The wheels are 24's, i bought them because they have a six inch lip and i got them really cheap. No clearence issues at all, i towed about 4500lbs 100 miles with no problems. i cant remember what brand they are but i'm thinking about 26's soon but i really don't want any unwanted attention ya know.
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I don't really like the wheels anymore either, they grabbed my attention at first but they won't be on long. The headunit is the Kenwood DNX7100. It's a pretty good unit, all the nav info is on a SD disk. All the interior speakers are kicker with components up front.
You're not giving your 7100 enoughy credit. That unit is HDD based and the map database is stored there. The SD slot is for additional maps & custom POI's
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