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22's on my explorer

expo864

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i just came across these wheels and i couldnt let them pass by for the price..

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looks good
 






What kind of wheels are those? those look great!
 






Those look pretty good, i would look into getting an inch drop block and an inch drop in the front to tie everything in, how is the ride? they look a little thin for a great ride to be there.
 






22s and two 15s! look at you! haha im also wondering how it rides on those rubber band tires :)
 






what size tires?
 






Those look like the stock rims off a SRT10 or a Viper. Do you happen to know what they came off of? They do look pretty cool tho
 






Those look like the stock rims off a SRT10 or a Viper. Do you happen to know what they came off of? They do look pretty cool tho
they are the replica wheels of a srt10 the stock ones are a different bolt pattern..
 












22s and two 15s! look at you! haha im also wondering how it rides on those rubber band tires :)

22's and 2 18s...lol..it doesn't ride as bad as i though it would im waiting till the tires get bad so i can go a little bigger and powder coat the wheels..
 






Those look pretty good, i would look into getting an inch drop block and an inch drop in the front to tie everything in, how is the ride? they look a little thin for a great ride to be there.

sounds like alot of work..lol might just go with 24's next..lol rides good.not as bad as i though it would be..
 






actually you can probably do it for under a hundred dollars depending on how much an alignment is for you. to lower the front all you do is crank some bolts, and for the rear you add a block and it lowers the truck because it's spring under axle.

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well ill look into that..make it look a little better..prob after i get the new tires..
 












All you need is an updated grille... like blacked out billet or black speed mesh... and a 98-newer front bumper...
 












For about $200 I dropped mine 2" in the rear and 4" in the front. That includes the alignment. I did already have camber adjusters installed though. Makes all the difference. To me anyway.

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damn that looks good..are those 20s or 22s?
 












anyone know of any tint that would match the back windows on this explorer??
 



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Go to a good tint shop and they can probably get it close.

Any plans to make that sub box look less...umm... ghetto?

Rims look good man!
 






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