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Old 02-22-2010
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I was tired of having a 4wd truck but not being able to use it becasue of the auto hubs that dont work, so i went out and bought some mile marker maunal lock out hubs. They are great, now i dont have to hope that my hubs locked becasue now i know they are. Now i just have to get new tires, i was looking at the kumho road venture KL78. They are pretty cheap and i like the tread pattern but i havent really heard anything about them, are they any good?
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Old 02-24-2010
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it prolly is pretty decent it looks like any other all-terrain although it doesnt have a 3 ply sidewall so idk tho.
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