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A buddy of mine is buying a 2006 crew cab long bed single wheel one ton and it comes with the factory steel rims. They want to know if the factory 3/4 ton aluminum rims will cary the extra weight of the truck without damaging the rims. They like the look of the pyo rims. Any help would be appreciated they are coming to pick it up tommorow. The gvw on the one ton is 9900 lbs.
 

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I don't see why there would be a problem, the trucks can be ordered with aluminum wheels from the factory and many of the members here up grade the wheels. Just make sure the manufacturer of the wheel says they can handle the weight.
 

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I and many people have used the PYO wheels well beyond there rated capacity. The PYO wheels are forged, which is one probably the strongest wheel manufacturing process used. They will be plenty strong enough to handle anything you throw at it.
 

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Quality aluminum wheels will usually have a higher load rating than steel wheels.
 
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