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Old 10-23-2008
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really? that blows.. doubt I'll find any 5-10 either..


so your suggesting cut off the studs and just weld that ***** up?
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you bet. its gotta be strong then
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How do semis ride? Some people say they ride fine if you run them on low PSI and others say they ride like **** no matter what. The manager of 4wp by my house was telling me people are sending out their 22.5" semi wheels to get machined to 22" so they can run normal tires on them that way they still ride alright. He used to have a SAS Ranger on 38's and was a member here, but only posted a tiny bit.
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well it depends on what the tires are on if they are still on the semi then they ride really well. on a truck well just think how 10 plys ride on our rangers... that should answer your question. I told him to weld em already i guess zach's idea to weld them on was a better. he he
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You guys are crazy! Lol i say see what happens and weld them bitc h es!!!
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shooot if you get those semi wheels you better be riding on some 54" boggers. :)
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Old 10-27-2008
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How do semis ride? Some people say they ride fine if you run them on low PSI and others say they ride like **** no matter what. The manager of 4wp by my house was telling me people are sending out their 22.5" semi wheels to get machined to 22" so they can run normal tires on them that way they still ride alright. He used to have a SAS Ranger on 38's and was a member here, but only posted a tiny bit.
they would ride like ****, considering the engine on those trucks probably weigh more than a ranger alone and they run like 100 psi, i could probably pull a vacuum on them and still not have any bulge under the weight of a ranger

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You guys are crazy! Lol i say see what happens and weld them bitc h es!!!
oh, if its gonna break, I'm the guy for the job
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