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I don't have a pic but it is about 2-2.5 inches apart.

icocks haha, that's funny
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Matt IROKS suck in mud, but they are pretty darn good on rocks....especially red label iroks.
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Problem solved, I can now get in the garage
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That'll work........till you get bigger tires!
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I will still make it after new tires, made sure of that
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good idea....looks good.


saw you again tonight btw...on midland drive going to kfc
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Good job with the brackets, Casey.

The 35's will look nice.
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good idea....looks good.


saw you again tonight btw...on midland drive going to kfc
I think that is considered stalking since that is the only two times my truck has left the house since I got back
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haha i think you have a secret admirer...except its not really a secret when hes telling that he stalks you
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haha, I gotta go take a poop. Still a funny word, poop
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I think that is considered stalking since that is the only two times my truck has left the house since I got back


just for the record i am not a stalker.......maybe just coincidence........i dont think i am
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who you trying to convince, me or you haha
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Matt IROKS suck in mud, but they are pretty darn good on rocks....especially red label iroks.
well most of the places i wheel are mainly loose dirt/mud and some rock.
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but LTB's are good in everything. Sling mud and sticky on the rocks
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hence why i want a set haha
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limit straps, pssh... how about limit cables haha

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uh....idk if id trust that cable....
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Why not? Those tailgate cables will hold a lot of weight. I'm sure it will be fine.
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jesus that is a tail gate cable isn't it?? hahah

I've heard of people using cable cable. but not TG cables lol
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just going to test them out, I mean think how much weight you can put on a tailgate, jumping around on them and chit, worked fine just lifting the truck but will really test them hopefully before long.

and if they don't work, oh well no big loss. Chain will be next though

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it looks better than chains for sure.
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ive got some brand new superlift limit straps if your interested pm me
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maybe, the only thing I'm worried about with straps is all the thorned trees around here snagging them. Main reason I wanted to try this first but I will remember
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