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but he asked with no rubbing, yeah they fit alright

ya i kno, was just jokin around....
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ya i kno, was just jokin around....

well so was I, haha....guess I should of used a smiley to get my mood across maybe one like or
I bet that when that guy on the couch gets done drinking that sixer, that girl smiley is gonna get it. She is asking for it with no pants on. Am I right
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I could have sworn there'd be a thread like this already, but after searching couldn't find one. Here's my truck, 3" BL on 33's, with the t-bars cranked.
whats the red under the Ranger emblem?
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it is a V6 emblem
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it is a V6 emblem

Yes, as Bryan has spoken for me, it is a V6 emblem from a Pontiac Grand Am I believe.

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The yellow Edge would look a lot better with out that front license plate. Just kidding. Geaux Tigers.
ha ha at least i can spell GO
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Yes, as Bryan has spoken for me, it is a V6 emblem from a Pontiac Grand Am I believe.

cool...looks good on there.
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old pics Im sure evryone has already seen but what the hell

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i love your set up but damn on the price of those tires
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^^ Same here

I was thinkin about getting the same tires,

but not after i seen the prices.
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yeah they are spendy. I paid 990 for them mounted and balanced. They are wearing so nice though and I drive 85 miles back and forth to work most of the time hauling my 14' trailer loaded or having an average of 800 to 1000 lbs in the back of the truck.
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What back spacing are you running on these wheels?

Edit: Just saw that they're 13.5, not 12.5.... thats why they stick out so much... does that rub with a body lift?

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they are a 3.625 backspacing. they dont rub at all unless you are trying to flex alot.
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well so was I, haha....guess I should of used a smiley to get my mood across maybe one like or
I bet that when that guy on the couch gets done drinking that sixer, that girl smiley is gonna get it. She is asking for it with no pants on. Am I right
^^^hahahaa!
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