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Old 01-13-2013, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Lets see those 33x20 and 35x20

Trying to decide which i want, please say which you have in the pic!
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275/65 20 (34.1")

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Nice wheels gilly! I may swing by to see 'em in person - I'm just down the road from you, near McKinney Arena.
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305/55 basically 33's
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20x9 MHT Fuel Offroad Chrome Hostage Wheels with +14mm Offset, Nitto Trail Grappler MT 305/55R20s (33.4 inches tall and 12.4 inches wide):

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Nitto Trail Grappler MTs 295/60R20 (34-inches tall) on Moto Metal 961 Wheels (+18mm Offset, 5.71" BS):

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Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs (LT285/65R20/E) on Factory 20-inch FX4 Wheels:

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20x9 MHT Fuel Offroad Chrome Hostage Wheels with +14mm Offset, Nitto Trail Grappler MT 305/55R20s (33.4 inches tall and 12.4 inches wide):

Nitto Trail Grappler MTs 295/60R20 (34-inches tall) on Moto Metal 961 Wheels (+18mm Offset, 5.71" BS):

Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs (LT285/65R20/E) on Factory 20-inch FX4 Wheels:
a) How many flippin trucks do you have?!
b) They are all beautiful as hell!

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4) What type of level/lift did you do on the truck with the Duratracs? That is the setup I want.
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a) How many flippin trucks do you have?!
b) They are all beautiful as hell!

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4) What type of level/lift did you do on the truck with the Duratracs? That is the setup I want.
a) Had too many.
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4) 2-inch Zone, factory rear block.
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