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Old 03-04-2010, 07:22 PM
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anybody have any pics of floats on their ford??

im looking to see if anybody has any pics of their f250 or f350 on some floats because im thinking about going in that direction on my f250
Thanks for all the help in advance
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floats? enlighten me
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I think he is reffering to 22.5 big rig wheels that are 12" wide with tall fat tires like 445's. they call them floats.
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Once I spilled a root beer float on my hood, but I cleaned it up B4 picture day.
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I think he is reffering to 22.5 big rig wheels that are 12" wide with tall fat tires like 445's. they call them floats.
Chris
yes im talking about the big rig wheels
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I have the wheels but not the tires. Just running 37/13.50/22's....

Check out www.dieselwheels.com
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Once I spilled a root beer float on my hood, but I cleaned it up B4 picture day.

This made me giggle


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This made me giggle


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Since I don't know what the heck he's threadin about, I thought I'd just be a
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