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Can i get a pic of the trucks from the front or rear please....
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All ive got are these angled pictures i can get more but im not home hope these help.
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And just for Tyler, I still love the cap best mod ever! I get so much s**t for it though lol.
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I swear I still wish you would've changed your mind and said you didn't want it. Haha. There was just something about it that made me really like it.
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285's IMO are too big for a stock truck but some people like that look. 265's were perfect on my truck stock and they won't rub unless off road
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Thanks lol. Get one its soooo nice. I can actually store stuff in my truck now. Its good for hauling people that you dont want in the cab lol.
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Thanks lol. Get one its soooo nice. I can actually store stuff in my truck now. Its good for hauling people that you dont want in the cab lol.
I really want one. It sure would be a lot easier to throw a couple people in the back instead of cramming people into the cab. Haha
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Thanks for all your help and input guys.... I Think ill just get 265's to get me through winter and in the spring lift it and get bigger tire's...
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I think that is a great choice. Best all around for stock

What kind of tires are u gettin?
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This is my old truck (99 4x4) with the 265/75R16's
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This link is my new truck with the 31x10.50x15's I bought it with. It now has the rims and tires off the blue one.
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I think that is a great choice. Best all around for stock

What kind of tires are u gettin?
Haven't decided yet. Imma go pirce them and stuff like thatn Ill post pics when i get new ones :)
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You should get some goodyear duratracs they are soo nice. They look great there quiet and they do very good offroad. They also do excellent in the rain.
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You should get some goodyear duratracs they are soo nice. They look great there quiet and they do very good offroad. They also do excellent in the rain.
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They do look really sweet. I love the tread pattern on those things.
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265's don't rub at all. 285/75 I can't comment on. Some people have put 33's on their trucks with a t-bar crank but i've only ever seen pictures, no actual experience.
Yes, 265 can rub. On a stock 16" wheel with 4" back spacing mine rubbed the swaybar at full lock. Once i put them on again for the winter ill take a pic and show u it does rub.
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You should get some goodyear duratracs they are soo nice. They look great there quiet and they do very good offroad. They also do excellent in the rain.
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They do look really sweet. I love the tread pattern on those things.
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Before my aal's with 4 turns on my tbars with 285/70/17
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After I installed 2" long procomp aal and maxxed out tbars with same tires
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k Im done whoring
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Yes, 265 can rub. On a stock 16" wheel with 4" back spacing mine rubbed the swaybar at full lock. Once i put them on again for the winter ill take a pic and show u it does rub.
Look at the wheels I have. Stock 16's. Where does it rub on the tire for you?
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Look at the wheels I have. Stock 16's. Where does it rub on the tire for you?
swaybar. i have my 33s on right now so i can't take a picture of it rubbing but when i throw them back on i can get a pic.

edit. I have since then painted my swaybar but u can still see the rusted part on it through the paint since i just used cheap *** rattle can
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I went and priced tires today i think im going to go with Fireston Destination AT's. Im getting good deal on a set and they are just for winter. Im getting all new rims and tires come spring..
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nice. if u plan to get bigger tires and new rims just get stock sized tires since they will only be for the winter. save urself some cash haha
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destination a/ts are nice! I also rub on the front swaybar. Josh, theres a nice set of wheels on CL you need to get for $420....... Ill pm you later!
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PM i got the cash bro!!!!
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you can see the shiny spot on my sway bar from rubbing
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