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Innov8 Wheels

Whyte Rhyno

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Montana
Current Ride
2020 F250 Lariat 6.7 Powerstroke
Current Ride #2
1974 F250 Highboy
I found my next wheel. Innov8 racing G500 with a bronze finish and a simulated beadlock. They come in 17" and 20" sizes with a couple of different offsets. Not cheap but forged and machined here in here in the USA. Now I just have to wait for these 35" duratracs to wear out so I can grab some 37s at the same time.


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Gorgeous wheels! Great choice.

Ed
 
I like'em!! You going with 20's ?
 
I think I'll end up with the 20x9. I wish they made it in 18x9. Need to figure out if 5" or 5.5" of offset would be best. They're damn expensive so going to be saving up for a while.
 
I think I'll end up with the 20x9. I wish they made it in 18x9. Need to figure out if 5" or 5.5" of offset would be best. They're damn expensive so going to be saving up for a while.
Damn! Me likey. They look similar to the original OEM wheels, which I like.

There is a Silver Spruce SD in town I see regularly that just installed similar color wheels. Almost took a picture on the drive home from work today. It looks sharp. I’ll take one and post it next time.

Didn’t take long.
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Those look really sharp! Do you know how much the 20” wheels weigh?
 
Damn! Me likey. They look similar to the original OEM wheels, which I like.

There is a Silver Spruce SD in town I see regularly that just installed similar color wheels. Almost took a picture on the drive home from work today. It looks sharp. I’ll take one and post it next time.

Didn’t take long.
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Good looking truck.
 
Those look really sharp! Do you know how much the 20” wheels weigh?
The simulated beadlocks weight a hair under 40 lbs. 3600 lb load capacity. The real beadlocks are lighter but they only come in 17” as far as I can tell. They are spendy. Around $1000 each! But if you see the machine work on them you’ll see where the money goes.
 
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