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post #1 of 18 Old 05-19-2007, 12:37 AM Thread Starter
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Tuff Country 6' lift

Im bout to put on a 6 inch lift on my 97, only a grand pretty cheap..... well see how it goes.
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get some before and after pics up if you can. What tire/wheel combo? Good luck

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on the pics! Good Luck

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Im shopping for wheels right now on ebay, 16x10 so i can interchange the rubber easily down the road, im going with 36 inch rubber.... down the line if i get fender flares i can go as Big as i want muhahahahaha sky is the limit. Ill take pics and getem up there before i start.. where would i post them? in my garage? i gotta start one
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Tires are so **** expensive jeeez
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yeah tell me about it, i just bought new chrome wheels and 35inch Toyo MT's and it cost me $2200!
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Anything with petroleum in it is going sky high, a good set off ebay will probly be your best bet

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yeah tell me about it, i just bought new chrome wheels and 35inch Toyo MT's and it cost me $2200!
What size wheels you go with?

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i had 16.5inch on there but the tires are hard to come by and expensive, so i went with the 16X10's. i almost went with the 17's but the tires were more expensive.
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