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Oh I'm just looking at everything. If I ever get any I want at least 18's but no bigger than 20's. I do not like the Big Bling look. You know.
By the way the top ones were my favorites. LOL
 

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Personally, I don't like any of them. I've never been a big fan of chrome. But I think the third one would look the best on a Titan.
 

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I personally like the middle one if you go with the 18", the third one if you go 20", and the first one if you mount off-road tires.
 

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My pick is 3 then 1 then 2.
 

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I'm not sure I like any for the Titan. (Too bling bling for me)

If you were looking for a wheel to go on a "fast & furious" car, (you know, the little cars with the loud exhaust and big whale tale) then I would say the "Atlas".

Just don't see me going out to the hunt'n hole with those wheels on MY Titan. They might scare all the deer away!!!! LOL
 

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Just don't see me going out to the hunt'n hole with those wheels on MY Titan. They might scare all the deer away!!!! LOL
That they might. I wish I had a 4x4 now. But since I don't I want to make it look the best I can for street. I will not drop it though. I might actually do the leveling kit though to get the front end up a tad.
 

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Nope haven't heard anything about that K9. I don't see how it could hurt or help the mpg though.
 

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It was my understanding that the truck was designed to have the front end slightly lower to reduce drag. I thought by raising the front end it might effect the MPG although not by much. Just a thought, wasn't sure if there was any data to support that or not.
 

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I haven't understood all the hub bub about it being level anyway! Maybe its my muscle car roots from the late 60s/early 70s, but I really like the look of the rear being higher! Do you have any idea of how much money I spent in my youth on air shocks, traction bars, not to mention front tires from the extra wear, and rear tires from the burnouts!
 

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60's 70's ? whats that.
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k9mrussell said:
It was my understanding that the truck was designed to have the front end slightly lower to reduce drag. I thought by raising the front end it might effect the MPG although not by much. Just a thought, wasn't sure if there was any data to support that or not.
I would think that lowering the front would possibly increase drag (or downforce) because you also raise the tailgate higher into the air stream that is going over the truck.
 
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