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De-modded for Winter

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Where's the beef?!?!?!
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headlights too??
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Why take off the billet an headlights?
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the wheels i get but there is no reason to take off the grille, assuming it is billet, and why take off the lights?
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Too lazy to clean ur truck in winter?? Weak!
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I swapped the wheels last winter for about a month and it looked stupid lol i put them back on. I washed it once every week or two and truk was fine
to each their own though
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wheels i understand but i woulda left everything else on there
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I need a set of winter wheels... My wheels get heavily oxidized... its gross then it takes 2 hours a wheel to polish it... might judt paint them black and forget it lol
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Unfortunately, Vermont likes to use gravel-not sand-on the roads in the winter, so the front of vehicles get pummelled. I've got all of the stock parts, so why not let them get hammered and save the nice stuff for show season.
Stock wheels have Blizzak DM-V1's mounted on them.
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Unfortunately, Vermont likes to use gravel-not sand-on the roads in the winter, so the front of vehicles get pummelled. I've got all of the stock parts, so why not let them get hammered and save the nice stuff for show season.
Stock wheels have Blizzak DM-V1's mounted on them.
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Yes, very true. NY loves salt and salt brime
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