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When it comes to lifted trucks, most people talk about their suspension lift, tires, shocks, or some custom feature that’s unique to their truck. You might hear something like, “My new Cognito suspension lift performs great” or “Those fox shocks are legit.” Not to mention all the people who are loyal to their brand of tire. Some people love Toyo, others love BFG, while others will only buy Super Swampers. This left us asking: What about wheels? Yeah, someone might say “nice wheels,” but it’s pretty rare someone can spot 20″ XD Rockstars without being a foot away from the wheel. It’s also pretty rare that a lifted truck owner is only loyal to one brand of wheel. Why is this?
Our guess is that with wheels, it comes down to style. Yes, quality matters, but wheels are the one thing you can change every so often to give your lifted truck a whole new look. You can’t do that with tires, you can’t really do it with shocks, and it’s too expensive to do with a suspension lift. So if you want your truck to stand out, you need to find a unique set of wheels. Below are a few wheels that we like. We’ve included a few at different price points, because not everyone with a big truck has a big wallet!
XD Heist – 16×8 – Black – $139 per wheel – great style, top quality brand, eye-catching
Full of Style
Fuel Hostage – 20×10 – Black – $291 per wheel – complex design, off-road style, top-shelf look that won’t break the bank
Moto Metal MO962 – 22×14 – Chrome – $425 per wheel – sizeable, bling, clean, will turn heads
What do you think? Is there only one wheel company for you?
2007 GMC 2500 HD SIERRA
Owner’s Name: Cameron Dean
Rims: American Force Alpha SF8 24
Tires: Nitto Trail Grappler M/T 38 x 13.5 R24
Location: Bakersfield, CA
“The Prodigy” Sheldon Creed and the OCCR crew made their way to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for Rounds 13&14 of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series, where consistency is key and championship hopes are on the line.
Although the 2013 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series season is almost a wrap, there is still a lot that can be lost in the last remaining rounds of the series. If you don’t stay consistent, you will watch a championship slip right through your fingers. Heading into Round 13, Sheldon Creed was sitting in a very vulnerable 3rd place position in the over-all points standings. With the 2011 and 2012 Pro Lite Champion sitting right in front of him in first and second, the pressure was on.
Qualifying in the second place position for Round 13, “The Prodigy” Sheldon Creed took the green flag at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in total darkness. Creed experienced a radio communication malfunction shortly after driver introductions took place. “The Prodigy” was left to figure it out all on his own and unable to communicate with Spotter Scott Creed. Green flag racing was underway and the entire Pro Lite Unlimited field made a mad dash for turn 1. Shortly into Lap 2, 2012 Pro Lite champion RJ Anderson made a costly mistake in front of Creed, which ultimately ended his day and moved Sheldon one position closer to the front of the field.
After the full course red flag caused by RJ Anderson’s crash, racing resumed in full chaos once again. Black and yellow flags added drama to the entire remainder of the race. Lap 10 was the changing point for Creed, after being shuffled as far back as fifth place. He had finally found the momentum needed and was able to work his way into the second place position after a long battle with Casey Currie and Chris Brandt. Creed held his position and found himself standing on the podium after a hard fought battle and a well deserved second place finish.
Round 14 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series was just as nerve-wracking as Round 13. It takes an entire season to build but can disappear in a matter of seconds. Talking about the hunt for a championship, “The Prodigy” Sheldon Creed knows how important Round 14 is to the entire OCCR crew.
Creed once again qualified 1st in the Pro Lite division and after pulling a fourth on the inversion, he started in the second row behind RJ Anderson and Bradley Morris.
When the green flag dropped it wasn’t long before Creed started making his move back up to the first place position where he feels most comfortable. Creed was able to make his way past RJ Anderson before the end of lap 2, however knew he still had a lot of racing left to do. Anderson and Creed battled back and forth between full course yellow cautions for the entire 14 lap main event. Nine laps into the race, Creed found himself in the number one position after a mishap by Bradley Morris.
Shortly after taking the lead, RJ Anderson would run Creed wide up against the wall forcing him to make a split second decision to play it safe and continue to the checkered flag. With two more yellow flags within two laps, Sheldon held onto 2nd place until the 2011 Pro Lite champion Brian Deegan was able to make a pass on the white flag lap leaving Sheldon to settle for a 3rd place finish.
Sheldon Creed left Sin City with two podiums, two fast lap awards, and positioned himself 2nd in the overall points standings.
As if two days of racing weren’t enough, Sheldon headed to Costa Mesa for a third race in Robby Gordon’s Stadium Super Trucks at the Sand Sports Super Show. Sunday’s race was full of carnage and definitely left the crowd pleased. Sheldon spent the majority of the race in the front, staying in the pack of Robby Gordon, Justin Lofton and BJ Baldwin, who stepped in to take over driving duties for Rino Navera. Robby Gordon launched his truck a bit too hard off the jump heading in to the sand and rolled, taking on heavy damage to the truck. Justin Lofton battled all the way back to finish second after pulling in to the pits on lap 5 for a fresh tire. But in the end it was Sheldon Creed who endured the rest of the field and earned his second SST victory of the season.
Sheldon Creed went on to say, “Going into the weekend I knew I had to finish strong in Las Vegas if I wanted to stay in the points race. Being able to podium both days at LOORRS and taking 1st on Sunday at SST was a better outcome than I could have hoped for and I couldn’t have done it without my awesome team and my great sponsors.”
Sheldon and team would like to thank their sponsors who help make racing possible:
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