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I changed my mind again on the tires/tire size/wheel size...

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so what size are you gonna get? 44 inch boggers and 24" rims!
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I'd keep it to 15's bro!!!

44x16.5R15??

Or 16's maybe

I don't know if thats an actual size, but it would be cool!!!
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i think hes goin with 41s on 20s..ill let him tell you the type..
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that will look pretty darn sick!!!

expensive as hell, but sick...
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I wanna see it on the stang rims and tires when it's finished
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lol andy
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^ yea do it haha.. im gona roll my buddys 15x10's with lowpros when im done..gona look sick lol
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It'd look like the monster trucks with their little bitty 'transportation' wheels!
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i think hes goin with 41s on 20s..ill let him tell you the type..
Yatzee...

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what kind of 41's and which 20's?
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Bling......
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im takin a guess and sayin your goin with IROKs
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My guess is

XML's
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im takin a guess and sayin your goin with IROKs
Na man, Jey got it.

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bling ..blang... blung!
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xmls are gonna rip those ****s apart man. xmls are way heavier than most tires...
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xmls are gonna rip those ****s apart man. xmls are way heavier than most tires...
im with him, that tire and wheel combo is going to weigh alot. my guess is around 200#
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dern

where do you even buy them from?
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military surplus, ebay, 4x4 classifieds.

wherever you can find em...
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Yea, but I don't do any climbing of sorts & these are going to be my 'bling' set for the road.

I'll eventually get some other wheels & tires for my truck to wheel in.

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xml's will NEVER wear out on your truck. perfect street tires.

200#? **** my tsl's with beadlocks weigh atleast 150# easy.
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xml's will NEVER wear out on your truck. perfect street tires.

200#? **** my tsl's with beadlocks weigh atleast 150# easy.
yea 200+ is to much for a 44 front. thats d60 territory.

double edit: that tire weights about 190 by itsself, before rims and 20's are not light. so my new guess is around 230+
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Jey, will those 38's you have hold air on those black wheels & how many 38's do you have?

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ive got these 38s here with 15x10s, all you would need is two wheels for the front. nothing wrong with them except not that many miles left on them.
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