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Mud in my rims errr

Hey guys i have procomp bead locks and anytime i get mud in them i wash it out then when i drive down the road it looks like i just drove through a mud hole what gives any ideals would be greatly appreciated.
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pressure washer take the bead lock off and pressure wash it i know that's a long process but that's probably the only way.
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Yea i was afraid of that it just annoying every time i get mud in them it takes forever to finally get them clean ill give that a try thanks
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those fake bead locks... well they trap water mud and small animals
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Yea i know i wish i didnt buy them now i cant go offroad with out spending a week trying to get them d*** things clean.
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i was guna say i didn't think they made any street legal bead locks
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Just leave them dirty.
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Yea i know i wish i didnt buy them now i cant go offroad with out spending a week trying to get them d*** things clean.
$10 a wheel I'll buy them LOL
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Just leave them dirty.
Best advice yet
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$10 a wheel I'll buy them LOL
I'll pay $20 a wheel. lol
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I'll pay $20 a wheel. lol
he wins lol
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But really why not try to sell them and get a rim without a simulated beadlock?
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[QUOTE=0RangerEdge2;1180053]But really why not try to sell them and get a rim without a simulated beadlock?[/QUYD

Yea i quess that i will just sell them and not for ten dollars lol
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Do you want to trade for some Mickey Thompson Classic IIs, 15x8s?
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Yea i would but my tires are 285\75/r16 and i dont haveenough money to by new tires i need rims with tires already on them
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really...how effin' hard is it to shoot it with the pressure washer or even a damn hose?
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Yea i would but my tires are 285\75/r16 and i dont haveenough money to by new tires i need rims with tires already on them
Aw man, I'll trade my tire/wheel if you want to lol
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really...how effin' hard is it to shoot it with the pressure washer or even a damn hose?
very hard it involves effort
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ill trade you my stockers and 265/75r16 bfg ats? i had to try sorry :)
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really...how effin' hard is it to shoot it with the pressure washer or even a damn hose?
No its not just shooting it with water the rims have no drain holes so the mudd and s!!t will hardley come out im not trying to be lazy thats not what this is about i was just seeing if anyone with these rims has any special ways of cleaning them!!!!
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Don't wheel if you can't deal with mud. lol Its rather easy.
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Can you drill small drain holes in the bead lock? That way it will let the water drain out? Otherwise leave the whole truck covered in MUD, all the time!
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Yea thats a good ideal ill try to drill some small holes and see if that works if not F*** it ill just leave it covered in mud.

Thanks for all your help guys nice to know i can go somewhere and get the rite answeres when i need help with my truck...

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Yea thats a good ideal ill try to drill some small holes and see if that works if not F*** it ill just leave it covered in mud.

Thanks for all your help guys nice to know i can go somewhere and get the rite answeres when i need help with my truck...
yeah this is a good site lots a helpful people here becides you can come to me for your problems lol we live in the same town lol
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yeah this is a good site lots a helpful people here becides you can come to me for your problems lol we live in the same town lol
Yea i know i always ask you for help when stuff goes wrong on my truck you do help me out alot
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