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Old 03-26-2014, 09:15 AM   #3401
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Those like similar to the Duratracts... How are they and how much they set you back? Just wondering because the wear on my trails are pissing me off so id like to get a decent tire that will last more than 13k miles :\
I have the atturo trail blades and I love them. 35000 km and 60-70% left. Grip in mud and snow very well. Alright on ice but its a mud tire so... Kinda like a hockey puck. Cheap too!
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Old 03-26-2014, 06:20 PM   #3402
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Those like similar to the Duratracts... How are they and how much they set you back? Just wondering because the wear on my trails are pissing me off so id like to get a decent tire that will last more than 13k miles :\

I got them at a local tire shop. They set me back $204.80 a piece. Not too bad! I just got them a couple of days ago. Love the way they feel but they do have a small amount of rougher ride with a little singing while driving. But not bad at all. Everything I have seen on them so far seem to be good reviews!
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Old 03-26-2014, 06:35 PM   #3403
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I got them at a local tire shop. They set me back $204.80 a piece. Not too bad! I just got them a couple of days ago. Love the way they feel but they do have a small amount of rougher ride with a little singing while driving. But not bad at all. Everything I have seen on them so far seem to be good reviews!
Any online vendors? I have 275/70/18 now so these look interesting
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Old 03-26-2014, 08:41 PM   #3404
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2" Daystar front, 2" autospring rear block
20x9 BMF Novakane 0 offset
275/65R20 Duratrac's

Minor trimming was needed in the front (both in front of and behind the wheel)
Ignore the white paint on the flare. They were PTM'ed but hot water and a hose took care of that

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2" Daystar front, 2" autospring rear block 20x9 BMF Novakane 0 offset 275/65R20 Duratrac's Minor trimming was needed in the front (both in front of and behind the wheel) Ignore the white paint on the flare. They were PTM'ed but hot water and a hose took care of that
So you had these PTM'd aftermarket obviously. How on earth did you do it if just a bit of water did all that?
I'll be PTMing mine but they're being coated by a shop as you would any other panel then baked, just like factory...
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This is the look I want man sick I have a 14 FX4 SCREW ECO and want to keep my original rims too what size tire are these ? How do they fit/run on your truck ? And do you have any pics of down the side of your truck I'd like to get an idea of stance thank you
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295/60R20 Nitto Trails and no they don't rub
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So you had these PTM'd aftermarket obviously. How on earth did you do it if just a bit of water did all that?
I'll be PTMing mine but they're being coated by a shop as you would any other panel then baked, just like factory...
I painted them myself with duplicolor spray bomb. The paint stuck, or so I thought, pretty well.

I had a chip in one of them from the winter driving, and while washing it with hot water and a higher pressure hose, the paint came right off with a direct hit. So, I found a weak spot in each of them and was basically able to wash the paint off.

Im sure if you have them done by a body shop you wont have an issue.
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I like the black flares. Goes well with the white and black scheme you've got goin on
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