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truck looks awesome zach. seeing those tires again, they look so f-ing wide. combined with the skid plate, the whole front ends looks like a fat chin, haha. (in a good way)
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truck looks awesome zach. seeing those tires again, they look so f-ing wide. combined with the skid plate, the whole front ends looks like a fat chin, haha. (in a good way)
HOW did i miss your post Larson! OMG LOL i think i am gonna cry from laughing
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you sure those are 33's on that FX4? the wheel must be like 13" diameter..lol
They look huge..

They really messed that FX4 up, looks like crap with those decals
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looks great man! i wish my wheels were that shiney.... mine look gray... damn oxidation
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looks good stone


i never understood the whole lifting a truck, and running huge street tires like that
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Nice pictures man! Love that truck!
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All this time I thought your truck was blue because of your avatar haha. Nice truck, loving the wheels.
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i wouldnt **** on that lvl2 if it were on fire.. as for your truck... i'd pee on it anyway.lol still jealous of your tires.
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Love the truck. Nice steam rollers. They look about as wide as super singles.
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looks good stone, even with your fatty tires
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lol thanks guys
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Truck looks great as usual! Keep up the good work!

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Looks good as always Zach!!
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i never understood the whole lifting a truck, and running huge street tires like that
Street tires!?!??! LOL WUT... lifting is allowing larger tires for better ground clearness offroad. being I darn near live at the dunes in the summer it works perfectly plus makes snow wheeling so much more fun even tho we hardly even got any this winter which is ok too



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looks good stone, even with your fatty tires
you like your skinny tall tires I like my tall wide tires. cant wait to get on the dunes with them should be amazing with how wide they are
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Lol thats the first time I've heard Toyo Mud Terrains called street tires. That width is going to be awesome in the sand
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Lol thats the first time I've heard Toyo Mud Terrains called street tires. That width is going to be awesome in the sand

you know what I wonder if he is referring to the level II with basically car tires?
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Ah I bet that is what he was talking about haha, makes more sense.
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you like your skinny tall tires I like my tall wide tires. cant wait to get on the dunes with them should be amazing with how wide they are
they will work awesome in the sand

won't be so skinny once these wear out.
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Thats a sharp truck you got.
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i caught about winter mode and summer mode. that is a good idea to have two sets of running steps. throw the uglies on in wintah and the pretties on in the summah. i wouldn't have thought about that at all.
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U should get that lvl2 owner to swap bumpers with you . lol
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its a 2002 FX4 thus a level II just didnt call it that in 2002. it has the crush rock seats
Cool, didnt know that.
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Lol thats the first time I've heard Toyo Mud Terrains called street tires. That width is going to be awesome in the sand
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you know what I wonder if he is referring to the level II with basically car tires?
i am aware of what lifting does, i was talking about the LVL II, just never understood the whole "mall crawler" look, you know lifted with oversized street tires... your truck looks bad azz zach
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Looks great Zach! Tires look meaty..I want those fender flares..
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Looks great man, as usual
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