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Darthvader

First time here :) 2017 Silverado Z71 with Volkracing TE37 Wheels

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I liked these on Johan's page and man I want TE's for my Sierra now haha

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Freaking IN LOVE with the look of your truck. Pretty dang good with your camera too! Props :lurk:

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Great pics nice looking truck! VOLK TE’s, they look awesome on your truck, I remember these rims from my younger “import days”, I bet they are significantly lighter than stock!  

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15 hours ago, CMoore711 said:

Great pics nice looking truck! VOLK TE’s, they look awesome on your truck, I remember these rims from my younger “import days”, I bet they are significantly lighter than stock!  

I actually weighed them before I put them on. I shed exactly 10lb at each corner ;)

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On 1/7/2018 at 6:38 PM, Darthvader said:

I actually weighed them before I put them on. I shed exactly 10lb at each corner ;)

These wheels are for sale if anyone interested in :)

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Are these the 18"x9" with 0 offset?

 

And are they still for sale?

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