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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-19-2005, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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I bought these off a FSC.com member for $265.00 shipped!
American Eagle Series 146... 16x8 on my 285/75's so far no rubbing that I can tell... Plus they stick out further now and fill the 285's out nice and just sets the truck off really good... Only part is they are polished and suck for keeping up, I just spent an hour with some mothers incredible billet polish on them... Still could use some more...
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Re: Got some new wheels

Better pics of mothers incredible bilet at work and stuff riiight here...
http://www.fullsizechevy.com/forums/...21#post1570021

They look like CHROME now... love'em.
Prolly too much bling for this forum though :P
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what kinda lift are you running??

im aksing hinting towards the t-bar cranking. shes lookin alittle tall. but maybe its got body lift or its just the way its sitting.
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I haven't touched my T-Bars or anything... I've wondered if the previous owner did though, because it seems to sit kinda high in the front and rides rough, any sure way to find out?

No body lift either.
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Looks like you have some camber issues in the right front.

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JP, how can you tell without looking at the uca & lca from the side with the wheel off?
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i dont think he can, i just rechecked the picture and it looks normal other than being alittle tall.

tire might be tilted in at the tops because of the t-bars being cranked. if thats the case the inside edge of the tread might be wearing or feathering.
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