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Old 06-01-2008, 10:09 PM
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I prefer to build the truck then buy the tires not buy the tires and hope the rest can keep up.

or pick your tires, then build everything around them......
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Old 06-01-2008, 10:13 PM
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or pick your tires, then build everything around them......
well yeah, I ment that too.

If you didnt need your tires for measurements and stuff you couldve waited until the last minute to buy them. You didnt slap them on the TTB44/8.8 and say Im going to run rocks once these break.
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I can't see the pic, and that's all I give a crapola about. Can someone repost it pleeeeaseee?
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Old 06-01-2008, 10:32 PM
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Oh - I'm well aware of axle limitations. When I was building the "BLUE MULE" F100 I used to own, a man told me that "Everyone should bust an axle at least once, so that they never go through that mess again..."

Some stuff you never do TWICE
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I don't know if I already said this, but I am only doing the tires first bc the tires that are on the truck now are rated to 20 mph. I am well aware that under serious 4-wheeling, the stock axles will definately not hold up! I had money to do wheels and tires or axles first, and i chose wheels and tires so that the truck would be safe to drive around. The last thing I want to do is have a tire blow up and kill someone's child bc i chose to purchase axles instead of tires...So for now, I am willing to risk breaking an axle!

Thanks for all of you who have supported me and thanks for the kind remarks!
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I'd risk breaking the axle during a 4wheelin session over having safe tires for daily driving. sick truck but wheres the rest of the pictures.
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Old 06-03-2008, 11:18 PM
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Shucks - I'd rather git her home behind a chain than have to drive with a 28 inch on one corner and 54's the rest of the way around!

But of course, it would be easy to follow the divider line... It'd be right outside the winda!!!
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Old 06-10-2008, 02:16 PM
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For those of you who wanted, I have a couple new pics with the wheels and tires. It came out looking great and it rides soo much better!

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ive said it one and i'll say it again... HOLY *****
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how doz that BIG a$$ truck stear lock to lock????? looks cool but I would be scared them big tires will knock that little stearing wheel out of your hands ???
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WOW!!!! just wow.... you have more pics??? in the mud?
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Damn, that looks awesome
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Next you need a saws all, or a plasma cutter. Or are you going HIGHER?

- It's always nice to be able to SEE OVER TRAFFIC AHEAD

(Something I always liked about the 'Blue Mule' project)

Of course - speed bumps also become ineffective too...
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First off, WWWWOOOOOWWWW!!!!!!! Truck is awsome. Colorado must be different about height of lights, in NC you have a state trooper, county mounty, or city cops waiting at the end of your driveway to right you a ticket. Great truck.Can you say BRAGGING RIGHTS!!!!!
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WOW WOW DAYUUUM WOW .. she looks NICE .. now how do you get in it ????
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