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New set of TSL's

Buddy of mine was selling a set of 30x11.50's because he upgraded to 35x15.00 TSL's on his 1980 Toyota he just lifted. Holy crap are they big, I should have gotten a picture of those. Anyway, here's my new TSL's:
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hahaha....looks like Chance's truck.....but 12 times nicer!! HAHA! Nice antenna mount too there bud.




btw...is that a Dark Stone fiddy?
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Indeed it is, or whatever the hell Ford calls that color. It's my old man's truck.

It is a nice antenna mount huh, glad I picked it up from you. HAHA.
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looks nice! tell me how you like them, im thinking about getting the exact same thing. tsl sx. they are bias ply and last longer then the radial tsl, and have a lot stronger side wall.
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might be getting some of those but 36's if I get the deal rolling
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looks nice! tell me how you like them, im thinking about getting the exact same thing. tsl sx. they are bias ply and last longer then the radial tsl, and have a lot stronger side wall.
Will do. These are bias ply. Hopefully I can test them out this weekend. I have a slow leak from the left rear. I'm not sure if it's a hole in the tire or around the bead. It hasn't bothered me yet because it feels just as hard as the rest of them even though it's down to 17 psi. The rest are at 25.
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might be getting some of those but 36's if I get the deal rolling
How much? I paid $300 for these.
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Those look mean!
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nice they look like 31s
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looks good! I love the hum!
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How much? I paid $300 for these.
600 for wheels and tires
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600 for wheels and tires
Dayum! Do it! You'd be stupid not to!
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Looks great! Level that bish out.
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Looks good.
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Looks good.
You need a set on your truck dude!
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nice tires love em
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Baby swampers! They look mean on that truck lol
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looks good! I love my swampers!
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Those tires are look scary!! I like! Gone mudding yet??
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Those tires are look scary!! I like! Gone mudding yet??
Nah, not into mud really. I went and did some trails this passed weekend but I ran my AT tires because I didn't have time to switch em.
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