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Old 04-15-2009
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Looks good now that you've rolled the fender lip.
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take your sway bars off then flex it out then **** will really hit
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i think alot of you guys are being morons about this its a trail truck not a show truck its ment to be wheeled and enjoyed i was planning on doing something similar to my black splash i had. his truck isnt going for awards its going for function only thing holding the truck back from 35's all of ours is fender clearness. hack it up and move on...

its a truck that if you hit a tree who cares
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Fool from another forum is has left the building.

I haven't read any of the rest of this thread. Given that it is 11 pages long, I don't really want to either. Is there anything else in this one that needs some "attention"?
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Fool from another forum is has left the building.

I haven't read any of the rest of this thread. Given that it is 11 pages long, I don't really want to either. Is there anything else in this one that needs some "attention"?
besides bickering between people that think they are extreme offroaders and people that also thing they are offroaders no
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Because as usual, certain people are incapable of just saying "who cares" and have to prove how special they are? Nothing new there I guess.
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Because as usual, certain people are incapable of just saying "who cares" and have to prove how special they are? Nothing new there I guess.
nope
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lol at thread
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looks good! any ideas on a tire?
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the 33's look alot better man. not half bad
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Rock it as is. Its a trail truck and those 35's will be alright. Besides I think you did a good job with the cutting and it looks preety sick to me. Wheel it some more and give us junkies somemore pics.
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Rofl.. You've gotta be kidding....

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The 35's are just a bad idea with no lift. You're just asking for problems. My 32's rub on my fenders when I flex my truck.

It doesn't look bad with the 33's. I plan to cut my fenders soon and run some 35's but I also have the lift and axles for it.

http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k1...1/IMG_0961.jpg
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I vote take the front bumper off and 33's. Looks like fun man.
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I like those 33s on there and that's more than what you need. Keep it like that.
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In before Lock i read the thread title and had to show up. LOL
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your alive??
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Hey I like the truck with some big ol'e 35's on it at stock height/leveled. With some skid plates on the bottom you literally plane across mudd sunk to the frame if you hit it with speed and keep the wheels moving fast.

That's the north florida redneck in me speaking, haha.
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thanks,

but its not a mud truck.
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not really that just screwing around on some rocks.


Take your truck out on it and see how it goes. I know my truck wouldnt do **** with my 31s
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Looks much better now that you rolled the lip.

Are you gonna keep the 33's or get some 35's?
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Fool from another forum is has left the building.

I haven't read any of the rest of this thread. Given that it is 11 pages long, I don't really want to either. Is there anything else in this one that needs some "attention"?
thats not cool messing with people's posts, he didn't say anything worse than other people have said about my truck. then you delete his account?

its getting 35's and xj coils
hopefully i'll have some 35's after this weekend
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heres me flexing with just 31's no rubbing but awfully close
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My 33's dont rub, but very close.. and I have a tbar crank and shackle.
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