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Old 10-07-2009, 11:49 AM
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Wheel pics

I am trying to decide what wheels I should install on my 76 F-150 (2 wheel drive). Lets see pictures of what your running.
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Thanks for the reply/link

Your right I should have used the search option instead of being lazy.
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Not trying to be a jerk - we just get a LOT of people asking the same question or for the same pics over and over.
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I still think we should have just continued the other thread - but oh well. People are adding pics here so I guess I will too.

I've got 2 styles on there now. My buddy is borrowing my other 5 spoke alcoas like the front so I have the 10 holes alcoas off the 90's trucks like Mexican77 on the rear while the tuck is just sitting.

I'm not sure which style I will run more but I've got 35" race tires mounted on both styles - so I'll probably go back and forth

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Check my pic in my gallery, I love the old school rims I'm running. been on the truck since the '70's


My personal preference has always been old school on vintage stuff. Just cant get into a new, modern style rim on a old rig. But that's just me.
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Here's the pic for those too lazy to look
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I totally agree on the "old skool" looking rims. The turbines like you have and slot mags look great. I think both sets of my alcoas fit this look as well. I just can't seem to wrap my head around the "new" style rims on these old trucks. Just look odd to me...
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Thanks for posting a pic for a guy who is too lazy to post a pic!
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I'm not gonna add a pic of mine since I already did in the other thread.

I just wanted to tell Crazyairman that he has a great avatar! LOL
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I'm not gonna add a pic of mine since I already did in the other thread.

I just wanted to tell Crazyairman that he has a great avatar! LOL



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I totally agree on the "old skool" looking rims. The turbines like you have and slot mags look great. I think both sets of my alcoas fit this look as well. I just can't seem to wrap my head around the "new" style rims on these old trucks. Just look odd to me...
I've got a pair of those turbine rims, but they're real tattered...how do you get them so clean like in that pic?

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