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Just read on TotalLandscapeCare.com that the new F150 will be offering 6 different wheel options. Now that could be 3 different rims in two different colors each? The sizes are ranging from 17" to 22". TotalLandscapeCare.com isn't typically an automotive website and I don't see where they got the information from but I can't see why it won't be a possibility. How many different wheel styles have you seen in the 2018 F150 photos?

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I'll be happy with what ever comes standard because soon enough after taking delivery, wheels from the Raptor is what will be going on ;)
 

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Sweet :) Best part is I'm sure someone with a Raptor is saying "I'll be getting rid of these stock Raptor wheels for a set of aftermarket bead locks" haha !
 

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Sweet :) Best part is I'm sure someone with a Raptor is saying "I'll be getting rid of these stock Raptor wheels for a set of aftermarket bead locks" haha !
One mans trash is another mans treasure.
That's the great thing about the Raptor/F150 market, people are so open to changing parts that its easy enough and cheap enough to get these parts if you really want it.

stick around the right community and can get some great deals.
 

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That's why I love being a part of automotive communities like these. Either for parts, some knowledge on parts, or even to the point of meeting up with a member or two to work on a project!
 

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Always helps to go to meets as well and actually build relationships in person. There's a lot more truck people at meets than I originally though, it's real cool.
 

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Truck community has more passionate people from what i noticed so often you'll find it to be a much more pleasing experience compared to other automotive communities where that doesn't happen as much. Used to be part of the honda community and it wasnt good. Truck guys/gals are a whole different breed.
 

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I think it's because typically the truck community is filled with the older age group whereas the Honda community is filled with 16 year olds. I used to be in that community as well and it was just ridiculous. Truck people are much more mature.
 

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I think it comes down to looking at what the price range of these vehicles are and who they are marketed towards. It's not just the civic guys, but guys that are in that entry level tuner area you will find are generally the same mentality.
 

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It's just easier to direct it towards civic owners because they do have the majority of participants and are typically the ones you see causing the ruckus
 
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