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Old October 22nd, 2009, 11:35 PM
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Arrow Got my TOYO Open Country M/T's today

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Old October 23rd, 2009, 08:16 AM
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nice tires, I'll bet you cant wait for snow

also I dont like the looks of that rusted gas valve in the first pic, be careful around it, as in don't roll your tires into it or let anything jar it.
its a threaded valve and the threads are the weakest link
but there may be nothing wrong with it, could just be surface rust under the paint due to damp condition of a basement garage
I can come check it out for you, send a check for gas money and I'll be there monday

have you made a pic of your Truck with those tires & rims ?


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Old October 23rd, 2009, 10:05 AM
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NICE! now you just need to work on the lift kit...gears....getting the motor in...the gauges....the front spoiler....ummmm...i think that's it...lol

you should photoshop those on your truck....good idea joey had there
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Not worth me doing all that photoshopping... I will admit I did photoshop the XD rockstars on my truck and it looked like crap to say the least. Yes Red, as you know the lift kit is next in this Ford money pool.




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"Ford money pool" LOL
dive in and swim with the green backs


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i loveee em. let me know how they are when you put em on :)
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Webby, what size are they? I like them.






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Webby, what size are they? I like them.
22" rim and 37" tire




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wow Nine5, 37"
hope you go with a gear lower than 4.11
any plans on the rear end yet??


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Rear end will be a Ford 8.8 with a trac lock unit already bought and I am thinking 4.56 as per suggested by GatorCrew who also has 37" tires. My issue now will be the front end and brake calipers.






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