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Old 01-09-2012, 08:13 PM
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Nice clean look there Jimcantu. Alot of improvement over stock I think.
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Nice truck John. You ought to put a tailgate step on that truck be alot easier to get into that big ol' truck of yours. What do you and Gigger mean by now is the time to buy? Is it any good of a market on the brand new explorers?
I'm 6' 4" and 25 years old....I can jump into the back with a nice one step start

We were talking about buying houses.
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how do the 315s fit with the leveling kit? any rubbing issues?
They fit great. They rub what I assume to be the leafs at full lock, but that's more of a wheel issue.
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Jim, great new truck there, looks like a beauty, Gerry

I guess it wont fit in the garage eh??

Thanks Gerry!

I had a half inch clearance when it was stock, now there's absolutely no way it's going to fit....
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Thanks Gerry!

I had a half inch clearance when it was stock, now there's absolutely no way it's going to fit....
If I was to put cab lights on mine or a leveling kit, mine wouldn't fit in my garage either, Gig
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My hunk o junk with the new Kuhmo 315s on it!


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Nice looking tires, are they quiet or noisy on the Interstate
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If I was to put cab lights on mine or a leveling kit, mine wouldn't fit in my garage either, Gig
My truck wont fit either so dont feel bad. The only garage it will fit in is my shop so if its in there it must be gonna snow and I have the old 85 K20 out.

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Nice looking tires, are they quiet or noisy on the Interstate
Haven't taken it on the highway yet, but the are pretty reasonable driving around town. I thought they would be way louder seeing as the reason they guy sold them to me on craigslist is "they are too loud for me."

I am super happy with them! Glad I put them on the stock rims too. The rims I have are my favorite stock Ford rim.
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My toys are in the garage, the SD can stand out side and keep guard. ahhaa. I havent had a vehicle on my side of the garage for years. My wife has always had her side though.
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Fotunatly for me my shop is big enough that I can keep my 86 Grand National, 85 K20 Frame Off Resto Project, 2009 New Holland Boomer 30, and 06 SD in there if it snows and I need too.

If I put a car on each lift I can get a total of 8 vehicles inside. That only happens when it snows though. My SD normally is parked on a concrete pad with the battery tender plugged into it on the side of my house.

Thats the only thing I would change about my house is a 2 car garage, cause the wife keeps her 4 runner in there all winter long.

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None of our trucks fit in our garage because we don't have one yet. Wish we did it would keep the super duty safer.
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Sarge, my wife parks in the fabreene garage out of the weather

86 GN eh, i had an 83 Monte carlo SS, it was a great car
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heres just a pic a took from saturday when I got done cutting wood and a couple more...

...For those of you who are wondering about my Nitto Trail Grappler, I effing love them, only have about 6-7K miles on them so far but they are awesome!




on my way through the woods, gotta love the factory "limited slip" diff


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