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Wheels on Project Wicked Willy's on Trucks

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Leadfoot, Mar 15, 2002.

  1. Leadfoot

    Leadfoot 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    Does anybody know what type (manufacturer/model) wheels were used on that project. They would look nice on an 8 lug K5, K10, K20, or K30. I would like to get a set for my first rig but don't know who even makes them.
     
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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    They were super swamper TSL radials.

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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    He's looking for the name of the rim's.. not tire's /forums/images/icons/crazy.gif

    Leadfoot, got a link to a pic?
     
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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    ive got it on tape, ill watch and see if they say it.

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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    Yes I was talking about the wheels, and I did try their site. Even emailed them but I got a response saying the email address was no good...?
     
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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    Actually, weren't they Swamper SSR's?

    I am thinking the rims were MT Classic II
    Weren't they polished aluminum with big round holes?...
     
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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    Did they look like <a target="_blank" href=http://coloradok5.com/gallery/albuo71/aaj>these</a>?
     
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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    I think the MT Classic II 's were on their Blazer Project, I think the Wicked Willys had MT Challengers
     
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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    I think your right , they were the MT challengers
     
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    Re: Wheels on Project Wicked Willy\'s on Trucks

    I have MT Challenger's on my pulling truck (see pics in signature), but they only come 8" wide. I'm looking for a wheel like those with 10" width or wider. I think the ones on Wicked Willy's was a little different, but I could be wrong.

    link to me MT Challengers http://coloradok5.com/gallery/albun75/aaa sorry the pic is burry as I was trying to focus on the springs and not the wheels. The MT's are the wheels to the left, the others are American racings for my daily driver.
     

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