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I would love to have some welds on my truck, thats of course if I can get a hold of some but here are two styles that I am considering, what you guys think would look the best on my truck.



Slingblade 6



Velocity 6

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Well I know which one I am going for possibly, but now I have to decide on size. I really don't want anything to big and heavy. I was thinking no bigger than a 22. Let the search begin. Steve I wish yours were a 22 I would be all over them plus that width may rub my future helper bags in the rear.
 

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The 24s are 45lbs as shipped with the boxes. They aren't too heavy and the offset should work.

I wasn't aware they would rub helper bags. I wouldn't think the would unless you ran an unusually wide tire.
 

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The 24s are 45lbs as shipped with the boxes. They aren't too heavy and the offset should work.

I wasn't aware they would rub helper bags. I wouldn't think the would unless you ran an unusually wide tire.
Thats true, I just thought the 10 inch would limit me on the tires to run. I have heard some NNBS guys talking about wide rims and tires rubbing helpers. I guess what size tire would I need to run, I can't go with anything bigger than 31" in diameter or I will rub like a bitch but on the other hand I don't want rubberbands, I guess thats why I have looked at 20 and 22's. But 45lbs man thats light for a 24"
 

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Not sure about nnbs but i run a 10" wide wheel in the rear in a 22 and the helper bag sits almost inside of the wheel. If i was running a smaller wheel then the top helper bracket would probably rub on the wheel. You shouldnt have a problem tho. The tire would probably rub on the leaf spring before it rubs on the helpers.
 
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