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Old 01-14-2010, 02:02 PM   #1
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new 33" km2's and cragarsoft 8's PICS!!!

new 15x8 cragar soft 8's and 33/12.50 bfg km2's





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Old 01-14-2010, 02:10 PM   #2
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looks great
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Old 01-18-2010, 12:27 AM   #3
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thanks, i thought that they were going to rubb on my fenders, but they just rubb on my leaf springs, so i need some wheel spacers
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Looks much better. How much air pressure are you running? Where'd you get them, and what did they cost?
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i love how those look man
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Old 01-18-2010, 01:46 PM   #6
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Looks much better. How much air pressure are you running? Where'd you get them, and what did they cost?
i got the tires from onlinetires.com for 780 shipped, and the wheels from summitracing.com for 180 shipped
idont remeber what air pressure they are at but i think they are around 45 psi
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very nice, you have great taste
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Old 01-23-2010, 05:38 PM   #8
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painted my wheel weights, ad might be ordering some spacers, dont know if i want to or not..
can anyone tell me why my tires rubb on my leaf springs only whel i turn left. not right??
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Old 01-26-2010, 06:14 PM   #9
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Looks great man. Good choice on tire/wheel size for your truck. The black cragers are a classic look that will never fade away.
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A: it may be because your steering stops are adjusted like that that. So maybe try adjusting it so it wont allow the tire to rub.

or B: You may need to get some spacers
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i was looking at the same tires. are they very noisey at highway speeds
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looks good. glad you put them to use already
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wheel backspacing

i was wondering what your wheel back spacing was i am going with the same setup thanks
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Good looking combo, the mud sets the truck off.
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doing the same setup on my 4runner this summer with 35's instead of 33's... I love the price of the cragars too, very cheap but look great and seem to be of decent quality. I found 'em for $42/each at Jegs (plus shipping)

sweet new shoes man!!
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wat u have for a lift in that looks good man
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I just ordered these tires to try out and heard some bad things about their ability in the snow. have you had a chance to get some white on them?
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I just took my km2's out the other day when we got snow for the first time in the snow. I would say that they are fine in the snow. Most of it has to do with the person driving and not having a locker.
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I have the same wheel/tire setup, good choice lol!
And they have done fine for me in the snow w/locker. My only complaint with them in the snow would be the fact that i had 10.5s before the 12.5s, and its quite noticable. But you can hardly blame the tires for that.
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