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Old May 19th, 2012, 08:37 PM
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I've checked everyone locally.. Even the salvage's, I found an almost new set at LKQ when I was there in April getting my Alternator and Fusebox, some a-hole stuck screws and nails in them....
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Well that bites

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Think 31's are expensive..
Look at a 35x13.50x20


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I don't really care for really big tires, this was the grocery getter/haul everyone around vehicle til the pan gasket crapped on me for the 3rd time, now I also gotta replace the rear u-joints and yoke on the driveshaft, stupid double cardan joint.
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I'de go with a discount brand on sale
the size depends on you
and as Russo stated, the larger the tire the more green you shell out


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Been awhile since I've updated this, still working on the 351w, buying the parts I need when I can. We've come to the conclusion that the starter is being heat soaked by 1) the exhaust crossover coming from the driverside meeting the passengerside and then connecting to the cat, or what's left of it. Solution is, taking it down to the exhaust shop, having them get rid of the Y-pipe, and the hollowed cat, running the driverside bank down the driverside, and adding a muffler and new exhaust tip, it's all 2.50" exhaust BTW.

I'm torn between choosing a Thrush Turbo muffler or a Thrush Glasspack, the problem with the glasspack is, I'd have to have two welded on, meaning cutting off my Flowmaster 40, if I could find another 40 cheap I'd just forego all this muffler talk. Then I'm going to have two new Tips put on, should I go with the Jegs PSS Straight cut rolled end exhaust tip or should I go slanted tip? These won't be going straight out the back, they're going to be angled directly behind my tires.
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to maintain a free flow, a rolled tip would be out of the question


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Still planning on having the Bronco Dual Exhausted, have another Flowmaster 40 just sitting here right now, should happen in the spring, right after taxes hopefullyless I get money sooner. I'm going stainless slanted tips, and 2.5" pipe, no headers as dad doesn't want headers.


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