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Old 04-22-2010, 04:59 PM
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315 75 16 Goodyear DuraTracs on my Dually , Now with Pics

I put tires on my truck , it looks awesome . I need some stacks and a bumper now .....aka Mudrunningpig.....seriously , love that truck . Here is a link to some pics .........

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I'd like to see it, but that site won't let you unless you are logged in as a member.

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yep, same here
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Anyone know how I can post em here . I really don't want to have a photobucket account . It's just one more thing I have to keep track of . How did you put the tree pics at the bottom of your screen . I a few of them in my gallery for now .
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Here we go..

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What do you have for a lift??
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I'd like to see it, but that site won't let you unless you are logged in as a member.

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Hey....those idiots following Obama if this was true we should be in good shape soon...
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My truck is an early 99 so it had the 4 inch rear blocks factory and I bought a Jack It leveling kit . The leveling kit brought the nose up about 5" which is exactly what it needed . Then the tires are almost 6 inches taller than stock so that lifted it another 3 . I had to use 2 inch bolt on spacers on the rear but they are a very quality set and I don't see any problems with them . It looks so awesome from behind . She is def. a wide bottom girl now !

Oh yea , there is no rubbing anywhere with this set up . I can turn lock to lock with no problems .
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Looks great!! Nice set-up!!


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Hey....those idiots following Obama if this was true we should be in good shape soon...
We can only hope and change!!

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