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WOW!!! I'm totally jealous right now...those things are killer lookings man!! but dude.....white out? white out!?!?? lol.
White out is the only way!!!!!

I wish my wheels were not polish so i could use the Weasleys and not hurt them only reason i went black out
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really like that tire and wheel combo on black.

I wish they would release the size I want, I am getting tired of riding around on the stock Goodyears.
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Looks incredible, way better than i expected!
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mmmmmm sexy
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I REALLY like those wheels, and those tires look badass!

Does anyone know how those new bfgs are in the snow? I doubt the CA people will be able to testify
lol true, unless I go to the mountains this winter. hmmm
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White out is the only way!!!!!

I wish my wheels were not polish so i could use the Weasleys and not hurt them only reason i went black out
White walls ftw, btw what are Weasleys???
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really like that tire and wheel combo on black.

I wish they would release the size I want, I am getting tired of riding around on the stock Goodyears.
What size? I think almost all KM sizes have now been carried over.
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Looks incredible, way better than i expected!
That's exactly what I thought. The stock RTS's are notably smaller tires. I was expecting it to be more stuffed than what it is lol.
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Now let me get that light bar from you
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Now let me get that light bar from you

aha hah hah hah hah hah, you are so funny dude!
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I am waiting for 255/80/17's. I talked to BFG the other day and they are not sure when they are coming out yet, I am hoping sometime before the first of the year.
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looks good, but it had better for $270+ per tire
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Damn I want a set of those tires. wanna trade? he he sick looking truck too!
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Zach meant Westley's as in Westley's Bleche-Wite, the ultimate white and blackwall tire cleaner. It works great on dirty white letters or brown sidewalls, but eats un-finished aluminum rims for breakfast www.westleys.com
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Looks great man but black out would make ur truck look "meaner"
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looks amazing! deffiantely a good choice. now crank those t-bars!
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how about stuffed at full lock


i think i need to invest in a set of those.
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I am waiting for 255/80/17's. I talked to BFG the other day and they are not sure when they are coming out yet, I am hoping sometime before the first of the year.
4wheel lists them? http://www.4wheelparts.com/Tires/BFG...&t_pn=BFG35737

For the Jeep?
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looks good, but it had better for $270+ per tire
minus $120 per tire
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Damn I want a set of those tires. wanna trade? he he sick looking truck too!
Thanks! but no tradies
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Zach meant Westley's as in Westley's Bleche-Wite, the ultimate white and blackwall tire cleaner. It works great on dirty white letters or brown sidewalls, but eats un-finished aluminum rims for breakfast www.westleys.com
Sweet! I'll may have to try that stuff out.
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Looks great man but black out would make ur truck look "meaner"
The RWL combo gives the truck a modern/retro 4x4 look, that I like.
It's a tough choice though.
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looks amazing! deffiantely a good choice. now crank those t-bars!
A bit higher up front would be nice.
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how about stuffed at full lock


i think i need to invest in a set of those.
Sounds like a plan

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Yes they are for the Jeep. That is weird how they list them but they have not been released yet. On the Jeep forum I am on one of the sponsors is Discount tire Direct and he said that all I could do right now is pre order them.
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Yes they are for the Jeep. That is weird how they list them but they have not been released yet. On the Jeep forum I am on one of the sponsors is Discount tire Direct and he said that all I could do right now is pre order them.
They are even on BFG's official site, where it shows the sizes.
All these sizes just came out on Sept 1st, so I think someone is going to be finding their tires pretty soon.
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