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Old 08-22-2006
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My Steeda wheels and tires are now installed!!!

Sorry, but the truck is kinda dirty. I'm so glad I went with these tires, they look awesome.

Headed on over to Tire Kingdom. Got a 3 year alignment program through them also.


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looks way better,congrats
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looks good now rid the mudflaps lol
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Lower that bad boy a tad... And you'd be rollin.

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Lookin good man!
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Very sexy!!
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They look pretty good!!!
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Very nice that looks good
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Looks good but i like the old rims better..

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They look real good, but I think I like the old wheels a little better.
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looks good man. the mud flaps need to go tho
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very very nice. looks sweet
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looks awesome, any plans on lowering it?
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Nice mat!!!
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Truck Looks Really Good! Lowering it a tad might not be a bad idea
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looks awesome!
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drop it some more...
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well, i'm kinda afraid to mess with the suspension when it comes to lowering. I know that this wheel/tire set up fills the wheel wells up for sure then the last set up.
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well, i'm kinda afraid to mess with the suspension when it comes to lowering. I know that this wheel/tire set up fills the wheel wells up for sure then the last set up.
I wouldn't mess with it, it looks awesome!

Are your tbars cranked down all the way? I'm sure you could take a block out of the back or get some lowering springs or something. I just did my aals and I did all that stuff, it was easy as cake
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I wouldn't mess with it, it looks awesome!

Are your tbars cranked down all the way? I'm sure you could take a block out of the back or get some lowering springs or something. I just did my aals and I did all that stuff, it was easy as cake

steeda removed the rear blocks and lowered the torsion bars to level it out with the back.
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I wouldn't mess with it, it looks awesome!

Are your tbars cranked down all the way? I'm sure you could take a block out of the back or get some lowering springs or something. I just did my aals and I did all that stuff, it was easy as cake
He has an edge like you do, you should know that you guys have torsion bars which have no coils haha..

I dont get how steeda could call that a lowering package you could of done that yourself. I would lower it another inch and call it a day it would look really good then but it looks nice as it sits now.
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He has an edge like you do, you should know that you guys have torsion bars which have no coils haha..

I dont get how steeda could call that a lowering package you could of done that yourself. I would lower it another inch and call it a day it would look really good then but it looks nice as it sits now.
I meant lowering springs for the rear (I shoulda said leafs)
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Looks good! Time for a new avatar!
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looks awesome man
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I meant lowering springs for the rear (I shoulda said leafs)
Would be better if he used a flipkit..
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