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Good deal and thanks for the info - truck is looking good!

My GV is attached to my c6 and sitting in thew shop waiting for me to quit farting around with the crew cab and work on the supercab.
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Some pictures of the tires and wheels I mentioned. They are 35s that are 12.5 wide on 17" wheels.

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Those wheels look pretty sharp. Any pictures with them mounted up?

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Sorry for the delay, not yet having the truck painted and such so just have the rollers mounted at this point. I will post some pictures as soo as I do though.
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