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does any one know where i could get a good used set of those 15x14 wheels.. there some of the only wide a$$ tires ive seen so maybe there are other options.. like aluminum wheels but if anyone could show me web sights that show wheels like these for my 8 lug 71 f20
thanks.. or even just tell me what youve seen
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ok this is a buddy i go to school with.
those are 44's next person to post has to have a bigger truck.. thunderbeast doesnt count
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heres my 79 f350 its not that big but it has a 6" lift with 37s.

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ok this is a buddy i go to school with.
those are 44's next person to post has to have a bigger truck.. thunderbeast doesnt count
Where's the picture? And what do you mean my truck doesn't count??
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he means he wants to see other trucks as well. Lots of pics and threads about your truck already...
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I really like that purple on black color scheme.
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I really like that purple on black color scheme.
Looks red to me...
Maybe its cause I'm old and my eyes don't work as good as they used too!
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dont know why the pic didnt work, but here it is again.
no hard fealing on what i said about your truck,, all i ment was to incourage other guys to posts pics of their trck.
and if you look i said the next person to post should have a truck bigger then mine... the idea was to have the trucks get bigger and bigger and ;if you posted up the thunder beast right after me it takes the fun out of it lol
those are 44's so lets see some even bigger trucks
and no this is a buddies truck.. im not that lucky. haha
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Love that Blue '77 Highboy!
Lemme search my stash of thousands of pictures and see what I can come up with...
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here is a big ford i found on a web sight .. pretty B.A.. those are 52" tires

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you gota love the prep work the night before the local mud bog races!!!
heres a picture of some buddies of mine getting ready.. lil waxing and alot of wheel polishing and tire shine!! the blue 77 you see and the 2 tone 78 both are guys i go to school with.. highschool parking lot looks pretty dang good!!
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here is a big ford i found on a web sight .. pretty B.A.. those are 52" tires

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you gota love the prep work the night before the local mud bog races!!!
heres a picture of some buddies of mine getting ready.. lil waxing and alot of wheel polishing and tire shine!! the blue 77 you see and the 2 tone 78 both are guys i go to school with.. highschool parking lot looks pretty dang good!!
That's a tough looking rig, i like the tall skinnys on it, you have any more info on that truck?
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I don't know anything about it,except its a 78-79...
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1977 F-250 4x4,24" Lift,54" Boggers,Automatic.
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