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Went wheeling today and...

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Brians89K5, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. Brians89K5

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    Had a blast. This is the first time I had a chance to put Bertha through her paces. I had some three wheel action going on in a couple of spots and even re-aranged my already cut fender.... Guess I gotta go more. Heres a pic of my lady and my truck posing for ya'll. Oh yeah, for any southern Calfornia residents the Cleghorn trail has something for everybody on it!

    ~Brian

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    How are those tires on the road? I'm thinking of getting some of those.
     
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    they flatspot a bit but I paid 250 buck for the set of four, I aint gonna bit** about nothin for that price... lol Theres a place in fourwheel drive mag offering a set of four with free shipping for 450. I say go for it. I only have about 4000 miles on the road and they still look the same.

    ~Brian
     
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    Exactly wat kind of tires r those?
     
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    Miliatary issue Hummer tires made by Goodyear. 36 on a 16.5 inch rim bias ply. I chose them because Im dirt poor and they are cheap. Hind sight being 20/20 I wished I had stayed with 15 inch rims. Oh well, Im saving up now for some internal beed locks so I can run lower PSI with out blowing a beed. Ill be sticking with these tires for a while because they work really really well for the kind of wheeling I like to do.

    ~Brian
     
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    DO they come in a 15" ?
     
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    No they don't only 16.5

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    i have those as well except mine are 37" like them alot so far.
     
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    I thought they only came in one size?

    Edit** do you have the newer style ones?
     
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    Keyboard broke????????????????:confused: :confused: :confused:
     

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