Yeah, some people arent into current trends. Different strokes for different folks. Wasnt talking about the wheels on my truck, but since you brought them up. Here is some info for ya. lolThe stickers are nice.....the 22's.....not so much.
Well, again this is a matter of opinion. As unless you want a dedicated offroad truck (or wannabe) you don't want huge tires and small rims. Imagine a coke can running through a huge balloon. You can move the coke can inside the balloon. This is the same effect when you run too big of a tire on too small of a wheel. When you are driving on the road and need to turn quickly you loose steering response. Because enertia wants to keep the tire and wheel moving straight forward, thus the wheel turns first, then the tire responds later due to too much sidewall flex. I was 15 when I got my very first truck (I'm 40 now, so I have been playing with cars & trucks for a while) was a 78 Chevy Blazer with 44s, Like I said, unless you have an offroad only truck, I wouldn't advise going with too big a tire and small wheel. Its not safe. People have and are moving away from this mentality for weekend warrior trucks. You can pop tires off the wheel and crash easier than you think when driving on the road.Don't get me wrong....I like the looks of the rims but I'm just not for the low profile tire. I'm more of a jeep guy and like to offroad but tired of cleaning mud years ago. I like tough trails with some rocks tossed in. I'll drive in mud but I don't go seeking it out. I like a little more cushion in my tires. I just think the skinny meats look funny on stuff. I'm more of a 15-16" rim 33-35" tire guy. I've run with guys running full size w/44s that would turn the sprinkler on under their trucks after they got home from a day of having fun.