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ooo shiny...red truck right? black wheels on red trucks look damn good...
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yep and guess what im pickin up tomorrow...
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tires?? expy axle??
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Oooooo, that's gonna look darn sexy!
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wooo!! red truck black wheels!!!
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a finnish tire...interesting...what have you heard about those???
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cant wait to see them mounted
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I'm almost worried at the size of the lugs on there.. might wear down awful quick.. even if its a harder material.. the gaps are pretty big for it I sur ehope they work well for you though!
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Those tires are just bad ***. I really like them.

What did they set you back?
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a finnish tire...interesting...what have you heard about those???
absolutly nothing lol, all ive heard is theyre quiet
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Those tires are just bad ***. I really like them.

What did they set you back?
umm the place wanted like $659 and i talked them down to 620 not mounted or balanced...ive got a tire machine
and ill have pics of them tomorrow night after i pick em up and when i mount em :)
and i havnt even fixed my truck from the tipover lol...tires are more important till summer...

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absolutly nothing lol, all ive heard is theyre quiet
well be sure to toss up some reviews on them when you get a few thousand on them!
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well be sure to toss up some reviews on them when you get a few thousand on them!
will do
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I recommend putting some wax on those wheels before you put them on. Also, shoot the center caps with a clear coat so they wont rust.
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cant see the picks, but im sure its gunna look AWSOME!!! lol
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I recommend putting some wax on those wheels before you put them on. Also, shoot the center caps with a clear coat so they wont rust.
im gonna do that right now
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Pictures!!!!!
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im going to pick the tires up at 2 then mount em at my house, ill have pics on later tonite...im gonna test em and see how well they do in mud,snow,some rockclimbing...
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big pictures...

on the way home
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1st stuck with em(high centered)
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now all i need is my 8.8, 4.10's and a locker
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Is that a wooden toolbox? lol
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Get some gap guards and clean/black out that frame on teh side


Not bad though, they look fantastic on yoru truck!!
I am jealous of your Waag Bar on the front.. ugh, I want one so bad :-(


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Is that a wooden toolbox? lol
I smiled too when i saw that, haha
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thats just a reg. grill guard with out the light guards im pretty sure they still make those to
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Is that a wooden toolbox? lol
YEP! i got bored and i used scrap wood from my new house...it was free, i didnt have any $ for a good one and that one is deeper
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