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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by South Florida Lawns, Jun 18, 2006.
I want those on my next 1 ton or greater pickup!
I just think some black steel wheels would make for a great setup.
WTF? are those semi tires?
I like the idea but they're so narrow, they really look odd on a 3/4 ton pick-up.
I have the the 19.5 on my F-450 and my 93 4600 LP, 8R19.5 on the 4600 LP and 225/70/19.5 0n the F-450. I run goodyears on the rear of the 4600 and have a new set of the goodyears G647's sitting at the shop ready to put on both trucks as steer tires . Got them off another truck that upgraded to a different tire, for free- yes free i figure they would cost about 800 for the 4 of them. The guy that runs one of the local tire shops, who is a good friend of mine hooked me up with them beacuse I do so much business with him. Those drive tires are a newer model of what i have on the 4600 LP dump. I hate goodyear tires on passenger cars and trucks but love them in heavier applications.
You don't need a big fat tire for over the road applications
Yes you can get these in semi truck size or smaller for medium duty pickups.
And I wouldn't be putting them on a 3/4 ton either, I was thinking 1 ton and up.
I have noticed these types of tires coming on f-550's lately and they look like a great tire for commercial application.
Thats the standard tire that came on my 4500 duramax.
Yup those are the ones.
How are they holding up?
I plan to do a lot of driving through rough conditions and what not.
I drive on new constructed roads most of the time, rocks, sticks, etc. I only have about 4000 miles on the truck so no problems yet.
got em on my f550. ryan... you want them on your f550, too?