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Old 05-22-2020, 08:36 AM #31
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What pro comp wheels did you get sir?

I just bought a Fox 2.5 set-up and SPCs. Got 285/70/17s going on too. Was waging the mental war between stock ORP wheels or making a purchase. Saw a few Pro Comps that looked good.
I ended up going with the Vertigo wheels in matte grey. I think it’s the 40 series. They are 17x9 -6 offset. Sticks out slightly and gives a good stance. I had no issues rubbing anything so I still haven’t installed my SPC UCAs yet. One day I will prolly decide to get SCS -38s but I’m liking these for now.
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100% agree. I researched a lot and came up with the same. Every time I thought I found a truck stance I liked with the -10s they had wheel spacers. -38s may be the best looking offset for our trucks and I would definitely go that route vs -10 with spacers. I ended up not going with SCS at all though. Maybe in the future.
yeah I was really surprised at just how many folks were running spacers with the -10's. Why not just get the right wheels for the stance you want? I was actually about to go with the Summit Offroad wheels based on a few trucks I found on Instagram that looked good with them, but A: the company took almost two weeks to respond to me via email, their website, and various social media platforms, responded once with a short reply, and never actually answered my questions. B: two of the three T4R's I liked posted on the same day that they were running spacers. C: I just so happened to finally catch one of the SCS product drops and got my purchase done in the first minute they were available (turned out I didn't need to, guess the virus economy crash had less people buying fancy wheels, they ended up being available for about two days instead of the 2 minutes you hear about on this forum).
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yeah I was really surprised at just how many folks were running spacers with the -10's. Why not just get the right wheels for the stance you want? I was actually about to go with the Summit Offroad wheels based on a few trucks I found on Instagram that looked good with them, but A: the company took almost two weeks to respond to me via email, their website, and various social media platforms, responded once with a short reply, and never actually answered my questions. B: two of the three T4R's I liked posted on the same day that they were running spacers. C: I just so happened to finally catch one of the SCS product drops and got my purchase done in the first minute they were available (turned out I didn't need to, guess the virus economy crash had less people buying fancy wheels, they ended up being available for about two days instead of the 2 minutes you hear about on this forum).

Got some links to the summit wheels. I am eyeing the new SCS wheels. and whatever UCA's I would need to run them.
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I ended up going with the Vertigo wheels in matte grey. I think it’s the 40 series. They are 17x9 -6 offset. Sticks out slightly and gives a good stance. I had no issues rubbing anything so I still haven’t installed my SPC UCAs yet. One day I will prolly decide to get SCS -38s but I’m liking these for now.


My 4R is the same color I like those wheels. I know SPC makes UCA's for a stock set up or with high caster.
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yeah I was really surprised at just how many folks were running spacers with the -10's. Why not just get the right wheels for the stance you want? I was actually about to go with the Summit Offroad wheels based on a few trucks I found on Instagram that looked good with them, but A: the company took almost two weeks to respond to me via email, their website, and various social media platforms, responded once with a short reply, and never actually answered my questions. B: two of the three T4R's I liked posted on the same day that they were running spacers. C: I just so happened to finally catch one of the SCS product drops and got my purchase done in the first minute they were available (turned out I didn't need to, guess the virus economy crash had less people buying fancy wheels, they ended up being available for about two days instead of the 2 minutes you hear about on this forum).

Idk why anyone would buy aftermarket wheels just to run spacers. My -10s sit rim flush with the fenders and the tires do the poking. Very clean look.

-38 is X amount more leverage on hubs. They also seem decent at throwing rocks at peoples windshields.
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Idk why anyone would buy aftermarket wheels just to run spacers. My -10s sit rim flush with the fenders and the tires do the poking. Very clean look.

-38 is X amount more leverage on hubs. They also seem decent at throwing rocks at peoples windshields.
Which UCA's are you running?
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Which UCA's are you running?
JBA but as stated I think there are plenty of other good options. I chose these for the GM ball joint which I can replace at autozone anywhere in the country.
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JBA but as stated I think there are plenty of other good options. I chose these for the GM ball joint which I can replace at autozone anywhere in the country.
I have these set in my favorites.
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Didn’t see the drop down. Those are the ones. But review some other options as well.
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Didn’t see the drop down. Those are the ones. But review some other options as well.
Thanks, I have looked at the Dirt kings but the SPC seem to be the most reasonable priced. and I don't know the difference between brands.
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Thanks, I have looked at the Dirt kings but the SPC seem to be the most reasonable priced. and I don't know the difference between brands.
The most important differences are the styles of ball joints and clearances with different wheel and tire setups. Some need to have the ball joint pressed in which may require additional costs or tools.

There are extensive threads on each type. Spend a day or two reading through and pick the one that best suits your needs/wants and budget. I don't think you can really go wrong with any of them.
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