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more useless than **** on a bull?
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exactly, i dont like it, but i am not gonna rag on someone else's truck/car that they put their pride and joy into.

...or drug money...
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fills out the wheel wells nicely. not my cup of tea but It looks descent
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the truck needs "spinners" and then it would be officially "BRO"
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exactly, i dont like it, but i am not gonna rag on someone else's truck/car that they put their pride and joy into.
Well put Zach!!
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they look small for 26"s idk
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It needs a superlift.

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Looks horrid. And to get technical, its no where near safe. Can you imagine the brake power needed to stop those things? The brake power we dont have mind you....
I bet it stops a lot better than half of the trucks on this forum. the tires are probably 31's or so and inch for inch wheels like that are lighter than tires so he would have better acceleration and deceleration than someone with 31's and 15's because of less rolling mass given the same motor, brakes, etc.

Does look dumb though IMO.
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i can dig it.

i wouldn't do it but hey, its fun.
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I just threw up a little
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meh, I'll stick to 17"s or 18"s.
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dont really like seeing bigger than 20s on a compact truck and that is even stretching it
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Those are bigger than my tires lol. Moment of Inertia fail.
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Those are bigger than my tires lol. Moment of Inertia fail.
didnt the 97 older mazda b's have 14s?
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thats gross.
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This is all I'm sayin.

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Lord ,forgive him, for he know not what he has done...
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no sir, i don't like it
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Haha awesome.. I give him credit for it. I was up in college park today working out at LA Fitness and saw some old cutlass on 24's and screamed, "I see a DONK!" All the afros up there seemed to think it was funny lol.
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thats crazy, i bet the rims cost more than the truck!
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didnt the 97 older mazda b's have 14s?
yeah, but I just meant that those wheels alone are the same size as my actual tires. Hopefully it doesn't stay that way for long though, 15's and 31's on the way :)
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