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Old 09-26-2010, 12:22 AM   #15
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Here is the left and right side of the trailer with 19.5 rims and tires on it
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A match made in heaven, so to speak. That looks great too. You will be safe traveling, and- turning heads.
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ok, take back 100% of what i said earlier, those 19.5's look sharp as crap! you ever wanna give them up, let me know LOL

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the one thing I did do that I forgot to mention is that I swapped out the drums to the 9/16 studs, The Fuzion came with 1/2 studs and I just was not confortable with them
The wheel caps are on there way as well, should be here in a week
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So I got a full week of driving (just the truck) on these tires and rims, and I got to say I'm pretty happy so far, yes its a bit stiffer in the front but in the rear it seems to be the same, I do have air bags so this might help a tad, I'm going to fill the truck up tomorrow 132 gallons of fuel and start doing a milage test to see if I increase the milage or decrease it,
I'm also going to hook the trailer up tomorrow and take it for a short spin to see how the trailer handles,
one of my concerns now it how its going to handle turning around or backing up, because the side walls are stiffer there is not going to be to much give when I'm turning (like turning around) so I want to see how this is going to effect the trailer
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Old 11-27-2010, 05:37 PM   #20
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I got the tires on the truck and also on the trailer,
they are 19.5 on both the truck and trailer, they fit nice, I will post pictures later today if I can remember my freakin password to shutterfly,
these are sweet,
Rim rating is 4500 per on the trailer, Tire rating is 3960 per tire at 95PSI, they are Hankook AH11 comerical truck tires, There is a big differance in the rims and tires, once you see the pictures you will see it for yourself
Just joined this site. Have a question on the truck rims. Are they direct bolt up or did you have to put adapters? What brand are they and did you have to use. Wheel spacers. I have a Fuzion Touring Edition 405 and a Chev dually too. Your setup looks great. Now that you've had it for a while how do you still like the setup?
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Just joined this site. Have a question on the truck rims. Are they direct bolt up or did you have to put adapters? What brand are they and did you have to use. Wheel spacers. I have a Fuzion Touring Edition 405 and a Chev dually too. Your setup looks great. Now that you've had it for a while how do you still like the setup?
everything was a direct bolt on,
no spacers or adapters,
so far I like them
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everything was a direct bolt on,
no spacers or adapters,
so far I like them
Did you have to change the programing on the truck to get the spedo to read correctly? Nice setup.
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What brand are the rims?
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What brand are the rims?
They are vizion wheels
and yes I recal the speedo
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