Gen1 Tire & Wheel Picture Thread (upgraded) - post em up!

TiFJ

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The black ones I posted the pic of are actually the stainless ones. I think they're cool but still wanna see if I can find some aluminum ones.
 

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Got my Gen 1 beadlocks refinished and I'm pretty happy with how they turned out. I want to replace the beauty ring hardware, the stock ones are a little beat up... does anyone know the thread pitch or specs of the beauty ring hardware? EDIT: Looks like they are M10-1.5

Got these put on the truck on Friday. Crappy pic but I really like how they look on the truck. Volk bronze centres and Kingsport Grey on the beauty rings (I tried to match the colour of the fender flares). Note - that was not my park job, the shop tech did that!

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Recently picked up a new to me set of Method 701’s in 0 offset too. Def pokes a bit much like yoopercharged with his 703’s.

But I like the look of the wheels, won’t be taking jumps with them anytime soon.
They look like 37", do you have any rubbing. I have the same offset wheel with 35" and had to trim the inside front liner and frame to stop rubbing on full lock turns, especially if the suspension is compressed.
 

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Where did you find these wheels? I found similar methods but have a black ring and don’t look polished like yours. Thanks
My brother in law is sponsored by Method, so he just ordered them direct from the manufacturer. Can’t remember the model # but they’re still on Method’s website.
 

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Finally got my Bronze rims installed. I’m going for a 2010 nostalgic look not a newer upgrade look if that makes sense ha
They appear larger and I am happy with the look which was a relief.
Thanks to Justin with Pacific Wheel for the confidence on fit.
 

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Went from this. SVT wheels with 37x12.50x17 BFG All Terrains. Had for over 4 years, set at mid perch and Deaver +3's with drop shackles in the back. Never rubbed in the front or back. Also carried the 37 in the stock spare location. 63ABFC5B-6AF0-42C3-B3F4-F82F431F9E79_1_201_a.jpeg
To this. Toyo Open Country AT III, 315x70x17 and Icon Rebound SLX 17x8.5 +6 offset. Wanted to try something different. This combo definitely feels lighter, I have no idea how much. Picked up a little throttle response as well. Although I've always had a Pedal Commander and the 6.2 so throttle response was never an issue. Fuel consumption may have improved slightly on the highway, but that's just a bonus. The tires ride smooth but do have a slightly louder hum than a new BFG does.

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