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Just picked up an '04 Titan SE 4x4. Black w/ grey leather. Love the truck. Since I have the off-road package Im in a dilema. I was looking at putting on these rims and tires but Im not sure.

ASA TRS-II - 2004
Finish: Silver w/Machined Lip

Size: 22x10
Recommended Tire Size: 295/45-22
Weight: 39.0 lbs.

Tire Info
The BFGoodrich g-Force T/A KDW-2

Pros/cons of doing this and having the 4x4 and off-road package??

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ekroliko said:
Pros/cons of doing this and having the 4x4 and off-road package??
cons would be scratching the hell out of your rims in the mud, the 22's give the look of a street truck not an offroader.
pro would be your truck will look tight as hell! :twisted:
one more con is the 40lbs a rim, that will decrease your acceleration and increase your stoping distance :(
would you really want to put your brand new rims through abuse like this? you would feel so bad if a rock took a piece of chrome off or even worse a big chunk out of the rim :evil: . just look at that rock near my back tire, that would be damage on a 22.
 

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Looks like someone had a bad *** time!
 

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SimplyTitan said:
Looks like someone had a bad *** time!
this is just one of many, plus many more to come :D
 

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Since I don't thing you are the mudding type get the 22's. The only drawback is that finding a lowering kit in the future will be almost imposible. I say to hell with 4 wheeling. It takes to long to clean up your truck.
 
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