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LBarr2002

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Could one of you photo shop gurus put these wheels on my truck please? I can't find a good broadside shot of the truck, so if that would work better let me know and I'll take one tomorrow. But, if any of these work take your pick.

Thanks in advance.
 

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with extra mud. :cool:
 

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LBarr2002

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I kinda like them... Its something a little different from the soft 8's that everybody runs. And they're cheap ($39.95).
 
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here's a dumb question... what are the wheels that are on your truck now? i LOVE them!
 
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I got them from a junk Ranger and didn't know what they were until recently. I ran into a guy at Gulches ORV Park with them on his Jeep.

They are Keystone Cyclones, and I don't think they've been made since the 80's...maybe early 90's? Mine are painted Rustoleum dark gray to match bumpers and sliders.

I was thinking about buying a set of those Cragars and selling the Keystone's, but I don't think I will. I got my spare mounted on a similar 15x8 3.75 backspace steel wheel and I don't like it. The Keystones are 15x8.5 with 3.5" backspace. It really gives a wider, meaner stance.
 
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I got them from a junk Ranger and didn't know what they were until recently. I ran into a guy at Gulches ORV Park with them on his Jeep.

They are Keystone Cyclones, and I don't think they've been made since the 80's...maybe early 90's? Mine are painted Rustoleum dark gray to match bumpers and sliders.

I was thinking about buying a set of those Cragars and selling the Keystone's, but I don't think I will. I got my spare mounted on a similar 15x8 3.75 backspace steel wheel and I don't like it. The Keystones are 15x8.5 with 3.5" backspace. It really gives a wider, meaner stance.
right on. at least now i have an idea of what to look for. if you do decide to sell, keep me in mind.
 
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