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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-30-2002, 01:12 PM
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Urban Offroading Pics

Just having some fun.
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Re: Urban Offroading Pics

yep
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the bed and cab like to mate
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Re: Urban Offroading Pics

lookin good! hey i can play the urban off road game too... this is from a few weeks ago before our memphis run... coulda gone farther up but somebody put a damn building at the end of the ramp [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] :

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<font color=green>New body mounts will fix that bad/cab interference issue... It will als get rid of alot of squeaks and ratles that you probably have.
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Ya, Need to get the 60 together then I will probably look at new body mounts.
I think I could have gone much higher and onto the roof but the stupi spare is small and no traction and I need to put my welded up carrier in yet
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so your driving a missmached tire on the drive end?
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yeah, basically. I think it is a 235/75 spare.
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You really ought to put the dougnut on the front and run the same size meats on the drive axle
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I thought about puttingit on the front but I don't think that tire would handle the weight of the front end. That tire is half hashed. Grabbed it from teh salvage yard when I was getting the 60
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