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Looks nice man. Very clean truck.

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I had a vibration that progressively got worse in less than 2 days time . Then the truck would violently pull to either side that I put the tires on.

Yesterday I came out from work and noticed a huge bulge in my tire tread. So I limped over to discount tire and had them do the deed.

I got a friend who hooked me up .
$1,160 for all 4 295s And all hazard and lifetime stuff included. I was hoping to last a little longer but the tires felt different bout that .

Thanks !!! I love your 2-tone !
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Thx. I kinda like my two tone, it is sort of a "sleeper" combo. People expect a old guy to he driving it but I'm 25. Lol.

That is a great deal on tires. I'm jealous.

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Looks great with the new tires, and those lug covers are growing on me, I wish tires were cheaper than what they are, especially for my 20's, damn things cost over $350 each at discount

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I had a vibration that progressively got worse in less than 2 days time . Then the truck would violently pull to either side that I put the tires on.

Yesterday I came out from work and noticed a huge bulge in my tire tread. So I limped over to discount tire and had them do the deed.

I got a friend who hooked me up .
$1,160 for all 4 295s And all hazard and lifetime stuff included. I was hoping to last a little longer but the tires felt different bout that .

Thanks !!! I love your 2-tone !
OUCH!!!! $290 Per tire?!?!

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Except on wet pavement

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No where near as bad as a mud terrain on wet pavement . And the cheaper the mud terrain the worse wet weather performance . IMO

Thanks guys . Appreciate all the feedback . It will look way better whenever I can get the RSK
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Looks great with the new tires, and those lug covers are growing on me, I wish tires were cheaper than what they are, especially for my 20's, damn things cost over $350 each at discount
Ditto on the hub covers . Its still way better than bare lug nuts.

And I know your pain on new rubber. My 79 bronco has 18s and my girlfriend's 2005 f150 has 20s .

Good gracious ..... It's like the national reserve is backed by rubber now instead of gold.
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