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A set of 05 Powerwagon wheel and Tire take offs, <300 miles on them! got the entire set including the spare w/steel rim, lug nuts and caps for 1000 bucks including tax. not to bad a deal if you ask me. They are 285/70R17 BFG All-terrains on the polished aluminum Dodge Powerwagon wheels (just standard HD wheels)
 

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On 2005-11-27 08:16, v10sport wrote:
Cool, now its time to toss a set of 14" rotors in the front

thats right, i could run the 3rd gen rotors couldnt I? need the 3rd gen calipers though right?
 

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They look good. :bigthumb: Im sure after you get the lift off there they will look alittle more at home.
 

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They look great :bigthumb:
 

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Actually those are supposibly made by Alcoa for dodge, IIRC. Might be a bit better than the regular 3rd gen chromed aluminum wheels.
 

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I heard the same thing, made by alco for dodge??

Anyways very nice looking setup, I love the dodge idling on a cold morning with stacks. :D: :D: :D: :bigthumb: :bigthumb: :bigthumb: :bigthumb:
 

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On 2005-11-27 10:31, ISBDiesel wrote:
Actually those are supposibly made by Alcoa for dodge, IIRC. Might be a bit better than the regular 3rd gen chromed aluminum wheels.

Thanks for the comments!


ISB, you maybe right, as these actually are nicer looking than the regular Dodge wheels. They also just by the look of it seem like they are a bit heavier alumium. I really like the look and the ride is pretty damn good now too.

Lift is coming off this next weekend. (going to a leveling spacer only) So it should look better. I know it wont be lifted anymore.... but oh well, function comes first, and I dont need a lifted truck right now.

Just trying to decided on if I should put the SS side steps on it that I have in the garage. Its not a trail boss anymore, so, what ya think?
 

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Those look awesome. Maybe I'll try to find a set if I ever get my 1-ton swap done. :roll:

I really like the look though. :bigthumb: :bigthumb:
 

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I really like the looks of the 3rd gen wheel on a 2nd gen. I don't think it looks bad with the lift and those tires. Looks great! :bigthumb:
 

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On 2005-11-28 21:37, Alphacowboy-SmurfStyle wrote:

haha, yup, I am, but not nearly as old as Mr Joe... :baby: :rotfl:

Welcome to the club! :bigthumb: Well, Joe and Archer, as well as a few others, have a few days and months on me, but whatever. Loud exhaust and copious amounts of lift, and the such, were cool when I was 16, 17, ....21, 22, etc., but not so much anymore. At least, not on something I drive half-way routinely. Maybe on a weekend warrior or something I could drive when I felt like it. Anywho...

Truck looks good. I'll be looking for after pics when the lift comes off. :D: Next thing will be the stacks... :flipoff:
 

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You know, I don't think it looks all that bad with the rims/tires/lift on there now. I definetly like the rims, though. The tires alone would set you back almost as much as the whole package. :bigthumb:
 

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I like em. On your truck, they'd look sweet powdercoated black or charcoal. :bigthumb:
 
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