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Old 07-28-2009
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I pick up a set of wheels of craigslist yesterday. There 15x10 american racing outlaws. Well they came with tires the tires are 33x13.50 i was wondering with a bodylift would i be able to run that size or would i rub. i just need to run them a few weeks till i can afford a set of tires. Thanks guys
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i wont rub to bad. thats the issue i'm worried about. o yea forgot to mention the tires are Super Swamper TSL
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You're good man. Very minimal rubbing on your valence and possible front flare....of course, all that is cured by a slight torsion crank and you should trim that valence anyhow. It may not rub at all...all depends on that wheel backspace.
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You're good man. Very minimal rubbing on your valence and possible front flare....of course, all that is cured by a slight torsion crank and you should trim that valence anyhow. It may not rub at all...all depends on that wheel backspace.
heck yea thats what i like to hear...i already got the tbars cranked. i dont care about a little rub
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Be advised: If the valence is not trimmed a little bit, you do run the risk of ripping the valence out of it's 'snaps' while turning and in reverse at the same time. And fixing that is quite ugly.
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Thats no problem i'll trim it where i need to...don't plan on having my front bumper much longer anyway
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you really dont have to cut much on the valance. make sure u dont have mud flaps or hangers on either. it gives it a wicked stance in my opinion that is.
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Wow apparently Im in the mood to a lil pic whoring my bad!!!!
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hot! ^^ i love the stance too.
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Yep that stance is awesome. Looks mean as heck.
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thats the best stance...cant wait for that body lift so i can get them bad boys on my truck
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god damn thats a nice looking truck...eventually thats what mine's gonna look like too.. ah.... all in time i guess..
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