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Old December 27th, 2012, 05:53 PM
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Do y'all think if I trim the fenders alittle and put on a 3in body lift my tires will fit?

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Of course! Should have plenty of power to pull that setup too!

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Just remember, your speedometer will say 20 MPH, but you'll really be going 45 MPH.


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being that it's a Red Truck it should be no problem at all


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being that it's a Red Truck it should be no problem at all
That's what I was thinkin!
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Looks like they fit the grey Ford just fine!



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