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Old 09-29-2009, 12:47 PM
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white letter tires

i would like some help. i want to see pictures of super dutys with outlined white letters or solid white letters on a truck. I have a dually and it is arizona beige. I was just wondering which is better.
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depends on the tire you want.


for me its 50/50. if it looks good with it, then ya.



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hehe blockhold i know where you got your tires you bought em at walmart hehe

i work in the tire area so i can pick out those tire by the tread pattern (its sad i know)

i bought some of the "new" wranglers we got there a little more agressive but i hate them they make my truck feel like i got bike tires on it the rear of the truck sways all over im glad i only bought two of em cause when i put my transforce hts that were new when i bought the truck on the rear it goes away so i know its the tires

how do you like the liberators i had a set on my explorer i had before my f250 and i thought they were decent

just wonderin how they are on a bigger truck
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Here ya go.
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Nevermind I had a pic up but noticed you cant see the white letters
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do the toyo mts have white letters?
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Im thinking no, but may be wrong.
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I run the Toyo MT 55's no white lettering.
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hehe blockhold i know where you got your tires you bought em at walmart hehe

i work in the tire area so i can pick out those tire by the tread pattern (its sad i know)

i bought some of the "new" wranglers we got there a little more agressive but i hate them they make my truck feel like i got bike tires on it the rear of the truck sways all over im glad i only bought two of em cause when i put my transforce hts that were new when i bought the truck on the rear it goes away so i know its the tires

how do you like the liberators i had a set on my explorer i had before my f250 and i thought they were decent

just wonderin how they are on a bigger truck

it acually came with the truck. the next tires will be bfg.

so far, they have been great tires for traction on the road, wet roads, and off road. ill see how they wear down b4 i make a desision on whether to buy them again or not. these are e loads 265/75/16
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i would like some help. i want to see pictures of super dutys with outlined white letters or solid white letters on a truck. I have a dually and it is arizona beige. I was just wondering which is better.
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