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Old 09-13-2012, 05:34 PM
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any 35s or 325s with white lettering out there????

I really want bigger tires for my stock 20s on my 08 with white lettering. Problem is I cant find any out there other than bfg at in the 325s. Man they are salty though. Anyone know of any good tires in these sizes with white lettering???? Thanks
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Well, giving an update. I finally got some pics of my tires before and after. Someone here suggested Iron Cross Innovations - The Tire Paint Pen & Marker AlternativeIron Cross Innovations – White Letter Tires Kits, No Tire Paint Needed | White letter tires kits without the mess of a tire paint pen or tire markerCustom Tire Lettering | Tire Pai about white lettering and I contacted them about their product and I'm glad I went with them! I've had their inserts on for a few months without a problem and love them. I would recommend their product any time. They are actually a rubber insert that they make for any make/model/size of tire. They said you treat them just as any other tire. You don't have to treat them special. The rep said they have semi trucks around the country with 100,000+ miles on their tires with their inserts on them (they retread the tires). And the inserts will outlast the tires. I love them!

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Looks like it turned out good. Wonder how it will last?
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Not many like the white letters as much as before,...
Cooper tires have white letters
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I'm one of the very few who still like white lettering on tires and that looks really good. Thanks for posting this. I will admit though, the kits seem a bit spendy.
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Certain trucks look better with the white. I wouldn't do it to mine, but your truck looks better with them
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I have 325/60/20 Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs. They are, by far, the best tire I have ever had on my trucks. They're expensive but worth it.





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I quit worrying about them. I've rubbed on curbs, etc. and no issues. They are made out of rubber and the adhesive both flex with the tire. I think solid black walls look so plain. Especially a large truck tire with a ton if sidewall. Some look better than other in black, but its not my flavor
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Fordpwerstroke6, yours is one I kept looking at before I got my tires! Looks great
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Thanks, and I'm an idiot b/c I skipped over the part that you were wanting to know about white letters! Sorry. It's annoying to me when people don't read the thread and just post something up quickly...just like I did.

Your truck is looking very nice!
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