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Old 05-22-2014, 09:43 PM   #71
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Truck looks good, geauxsouth. Would've thought those were Toyos if I didn't know better lol
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Sorry it took a while for me to post these, but I finally got the body lift, wheels, and tires installed. I effin love the setup and the tires look aggressive as hell. Obviously there is a little hum to the tires on slow roads and highway but not nearly as bad as the nitto trail graps. My roommate as the trail graps and his are noticeably louder inside the cab. The best fix is to turn the country radio station on though, duh. Next mods will be exhaust and then 6" susp in a couple months.

Just a level in the front I assume? I love these tires and the price is right, doesn't make me sick to pay ~1k for a beauty looking stance like that.
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Just a level in the front I assume? I love these tires and the price is right, doesn't make me sick to pay ~1k for a beauty looking stance like that.
It's actually a 2.5" in the front and 3" block in the rear, less than 200 bucks. Got the kit from Auto Spring, called the number listed on their website and the owner answered (great guy) and we decided to go with this setup because I will be towing a good bit and don't want that ***** end to sag. In a few months I'm also going with a 6" suspension and am going to keep the body lift to maintain the front-end rake.
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Truck looks good, geauxsouth. Would've thought those were Toyos if I didn't know better lol
Thank you! I read somewhere, (tried to find the article but had no luck) that Atturo is designed from the open country m/t's mold. Who knows, but for the price they're going at you can't beat it.
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Here are some close-ups as promised

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well apparently ya can't delete posts, but I removed the picts from the post above. They were the pics for my stockers on the craigslist ad for sale. lol welp.. that's embarrassing.

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Here are the close-ups as promised
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Those are some seriously aggressive tires. I want some. Haha. I'm looking more at a 33x12.5. Problem is I'm not sure if NTB will order them for me and my parents told me I'm buying from NTB or somewhere that'll mount and balance for free and do road hazard. Then gave me a budget of my own money I can spend and have to stick to about what I paid for the last set so I have more money for college. Guess there goes my plans of mud tires unless NTB will do it for me.
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Those are some seriously aggressive tires. I want some. Haha. I'm looking more at a 33x12.5. Problem is I'm not sure if NTB will order them for me and my parents told me I'm buying from NTB or somewhere that'll mount and balance for free and do road hazard. Then gave me a budget of my own money I can spend and have to stick to about what I paid for the last set so I have more money for college. Guess there goes my plans of mud tires unless NTB will do it for me.
Tell them their wishes are unreasonable! Find a local lift shop with some nice rednecks with good reviews and get the tires through them. The place I went to gave me a better deal on my setup than what I was looking at online, even better than ebay and whatever other retail website you pull up. Regarding mount and balance, only place I know that does it for free are friend's garages lol, even the family mechanic will charge a few bucks! gotta make a livin' somehow.

And eff road hazard, that's what trip A is for lol.

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Anyone ever used of heard of tires-easy.com? I'm a little skeptical of them but they've got like 700 something reviews and practically 5 stars overall. http://www.resellerratings.com/store/Tires_Easy They've got them for $1077.87 shipped to my door. Next closest is rimzone for $1208.32 shipped to my door.
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