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Please post aftermarket wheel tire combos

So I'm almost 2 months into being the owner of my 2012 ccsd and the only mod I really care to do is improve the exterior appearance. I'd like to get the most expensive one out of the way and start with wheels and tires. Lets see what you guys have.
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So I'm almost 2 months into being the owner of my 2012 ccsd and the only mod I really care to do is improve the exterior appearance. I'd like to get the most expensive one out of the way and start with wheels and tires. Lets see what you guys have.
Isn't a lift/leveling kit going to be the most expensive "one"?

Also I would suggest looking in the 6.7 picture threads to see wheels and tires, rather then asking everybody to repost pictures.

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Isn't a lift/leveling kit going to be the most expensive "one"?

Also I would suggest looking in the 6.7 picture threads to see wheels and tires, rather then asking everybody to repost pictures.

I will check out the galleries, not planning on a lift. The wife can barely put the baby seat in the back seat as it is. Would only put on a leveling kit until the baby is older.
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Isn't a lift/leveling kit going to be the most expensive "one"?

Also I would suggest looking in the 6.7 picture threads to see wheels and tires, rather then asking everybody to repost pictures.
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I will check out the galleries, not planning on a lift. The wife can barely put the baby seat in the back seat as it is. Would only put on a leveling kit until the baby is older.
So isn't a leveling kit going to be your most expensive "one"? Or are you going to put shotty products under your 8k lb $50k truck?

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UOU ALA and traction bars? Nice! Got any pics of the whole truck?

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So isn't a leveling kit going to be your most expensive "one"? Or are you going to put shotty products under your 8k lb $50k truck?
No, I've never been one to buy the cheap stuff, maybe I'm drastically underestimating the cost of a leveling kit. I've always modded cars, never touched my trucks other than tires. I just got the truck and haven't really priced anything yet, still trying to let the dust settle at home with the wife before I started talking modding.
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No, I've never been one to buy the cheap stuff, maybe I'm drastically underestimating the cost of a leveling kit. I've always modded cars, never touched my trucks other than tires. I just got the truck and haven't really priced anything yet, still trying to let the dust settle at home with the wife before I started talking modding.
Big Lang do you have anything descent to say?????
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Read ur replys big Lang u seem mouthy to me
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