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36s!!!

New pics with my 36x15x15s on 15x10 D windows! Sorry for the crappy cell phone pics...its all i could get before it got dark. I'll take some more tomorrow after I clean her.
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Looks much better! I like it!
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Nice!
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Holy S&%@ those look huge! Frickin awesome.
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Looks much better! I like it!
haha I agree completely. thanks man
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Holy S&%@ those look huge! Frickin awesome.
I have to jump to get it in it now...and I love it!!
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looks like it would float pretty good :biggthum
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looks great man, a lot better than the other rims
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Looks good! What all have you done with the truck to fit those big meats on?
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Biggest tires I ever seen on this forum!

Looks Good!
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Do you know how to change ball joints?
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Do you know how to change ball joints?
lol i was thinking the same thing. time to invest in the tool for the lowers
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Do you know how to change ball joints?
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BTW Truck looks beast man. I like it!

What gears are you running, or plan on running?
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Looks great…

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lol i was thinking the same thing. time to invest in the tool for the lowers
What about Bearing Paks… I don’t see an SAS !?
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Looks good! What all have you done with the truck to fit those big meats on?
Thank you. I have 2in coil spacer, 3in spindles, 3in body lift and 2in block in the rear.
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Do you know how to change ball joints?
hahahaha this literally made me lol...but anyway I do not personally know how to change them, but I know I have to get them changed soon along with my brakes
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BTW Truck looks beast man. I like it!

What gears are you running, or plan on running?
I appreciate it bro! Right now Im running 4:10s but my plan is to get some 4:56s or even 4:88s
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Looks awesome.
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I appreciate it bro! Right now Im running 4:10s but my plan is to get some 4:56s or even 4:88s
No problem, for sure. But fix those gears with the quickness. lol
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Don't even mess with 4.56's with that size tire. 4.88's minimum
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4:88s is what I would like to do but they cost so much more than 4:56s everywhere I've looked. Also cant you change your gear ratios with a tuner? Im hoping an SCT X3 tuner is the next thing I buy to get some gas mileage back
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Look into G2 gears. The prices are not much if any different. You can tune your truck to know it has a different gear ratio so your speedo will be accurate.
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the only 4.88s I could find for the 8.8 rear are Yukons
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Keep looking, I think I got mine at 4wp
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Im hoping I'll get lucky and find something locally so I dont have to pay the hefty shipping fee
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I don't think shipping was much and sometimes you can buy when they have free shipping. You will want to get a master install kit as well. Below is everything you need.

312 shipped because they have free shipping.

4.88's
http://www.4wheelparts.com/Drivetrai...%2f22-2013-488

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http://www.4wheelparts.com/Drivetrai...8in.+28+Spline

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Looks good.
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