Dam , Your Ram came out nice and the new tires make it ! Good to see you back Black Dodge !I've been spending all my time over on For A bodies on working on my Duster. I just wanted to give the 2nd Gen guys an update on my truck... I ended up selling the 18" wheels and going with a set of 17's and 33 x 12.50 tires. I think they fit the truck better for a cleaner look!
Leave the Hurricanes they way they are. You'd have to polish the truck if you polish the rims!Yeah those tires and rims fit your truck better the stance looks GREAT!!!!! NOW If I could find a hefty set of Mopar Rallye's to fit my 38's..... And be within my price range I'd be putting those in-place of the hurricanes I have on it now! (I just like the looks of the Mopar Rallye's better then the Hurricanes) plus the Hurricanes need a lot of polishing to make them even look good!
A good way to cheat with those Hurricanes is to just polish and buff the ribs and outer edges . Then paint the inner parts . I've found either satin black or dull aluminum look's the best .Thats just it tho............. I plan to repaint the whole truck and give it some good clear coat and under coat the frame so......... I'll have a shiny "fresh" lookin' body on rims that don't shine....
BUT that too, I may wind up doing just that, polishing those Hurricanes and then finding a set of Rallye's for show..... AND then have my flat black "steelie" G.I. Rims for pullin'.....
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Bright Solar Yellow paint was offered by Dodge for the youth market and to draw attention to Dodge pickups. This color was only offered on half-ton Rams and Dakotas. Solar Yellow was chosen by 2 1/2 percent of Ram buyers. A 1999 Dodge 1500 Club Cab is shown. (Photo: Don Bunn).
God I love the Yellow Trucks! (Mine's Orange and a bunch older) but, IF I found something I could get in Yellow, I probably would add it to the parking lot out front!