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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by cybrfire, Mar 13, 2006.
that thing looks kick ass
Regular cab SRW 4x4 trucks are great for actually going wheeling, but there is somthing about a massive piece of sheetmetal and tires, which is lifted sky high that really looks bad ass.
be good to it
i like it
looks like it needs a bath.
Looks pretty kickass!
Dang that thing is wicked, way to go Kert, cant wait to come up and see it again.....Wait a minute didnt you guys get any snow up there.
(edit: I just noticed the date on the pic)
i want pics of the rear rims and how close are the tires?
Is that what you are looking for?
Hey Brett can we make your Fodge look that sweet...Pleassse
We will, but it's going to be a chodgy when it's done
OOh OOh I want one. Post up the specs on this one please. I'm considering buying a 91 CC Dually.--Eric
close on the pics. but i want to see just how he did the rims and stuff so the tires dont rub. i have a cab chassie and want to run big tires on the dulles.
forgot about that thread. but he needs to post pics of the center section of the tires so we can see the clearence.
C&C is waaaay narrow.
You might consider switching to SRW hubs to move the WMS out 2" each side, and then doing discs in the back -- can't keep the drums without moving them around as well. You'll still need some custom crazy wheels or wheel spacers in the center to fit wide tires.
I'm running dual 235/85-16's on SRW hubs, had to tub the wheel wells in a coupla inches, but have good fitment otherwise. Of course, those are decidedly stock-ish tires
Anyway, this way I end up with a little room behind the wheel for brake fiddling... you'd be clooose with big tires, but I don't see wide tires fitting on DRW hubs without whacking the springs / U-bolts.
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