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Old 03-11-2008, 09:32 PM
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Scott my two cents are bull haulers on duallies. Turn out or miter cuts on SRW. 5 and 6 inch is fine. 7 is over the top. Just my opinion though.
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Scott my two cents are bull haulers on duallies. Turn out or miter cuts on SRW. 5 and 6 inch is fine. 7 is over the top. Just my opinion though.
I have 7's and I agree!!!! When I first bought them, and opened the box...........................I instantly in my head thought they were tooooo big. I denied the fact though, seeing how it was my truck. At first it was 7'' stacks with a 4'' lift and 36'' treads. Beefed up to 6'' lift and 38's (tires not on until spring). If this doesn't help the look of the 7'' stacks, I'm down-sizing to 6'' stacks and sellin the 7's!

Anyways, can not imagine the 10's. Just plain goofy IMO
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I've never seen anything so damn ugly.
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lol.. copper i was thinking the same thing...
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Scott my two cents are bull haulers on duallies. Turn out or miter cuts on SRW. 5 and 6 inch is fine. 7 is over the top. Just my opinion though.
You may be right Tim....I'll have to think about it some more. My thought is that I can use the haulers turned back (mostly) to visually close the gap between the cab and the toolbox. I have no intention of removing the box...but I'm not crazy about the look of the box sitting offset 6-8" behind the cab.
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fpr prob

help was doing fpr shim and the sleeve that the spring sits in fell into the valley somewhere and cant find it... where do i get one at or something, need some advice! thanks Jack, ps faster to call my cell 616-916-7244 thanks a bunch
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I dunno, I think my 7" stack looks alright
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I saw a chebby today with one off-center stack in the middle of his truck, me and my freind were laughing and joking he was saving up for the other one.
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I dunno, I think my 7" stack looks alright
For one the 7" looks ok, at least yours is all the way to the side.
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