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Just wondering what happened to your rim's if you still have new factory tires?
 

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My factory rims have sand/mud tires on them. I dont want to go to the tire shop and spend $25 to swap the tires on and off. Living in NJ I can be in very large sand pits with nasty peanut-butter mud and the next day be in hard pack trails with rocks. Thats why I want separate tires and wheels ready to go.
 

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My factory rims have sand/mud tires on them. I dont want to go to the tire shop and spend $25 to swap the tires on and off. Living in NJ I can be in very large sand pits with nasty peanut-butter mud and the next day be in hard pack trails with rocks. Thats why I want separate tires and wheels ready to go.
That makes perfect sense to me, I also have a 2nd set of rims and tires just don't have the big mud tires mounted on them yet.

You could always grab some 10" wheels and spacers/adapters.
I think he wants 11" cause he has new stock tires.
 

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I will have a set of well used oem rear rims to sell in a couple of weeks.
Next week I pick up some new OMF reinforced rims to replace my oem ones. :)

You will love them. I have a set of new ones. They are the best quality wheels I have ever seen. So nice that ya don't even wanna get them dirty :hey:
 
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