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Old 03-11-2013, 04:55 AM   #202
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Yeah, it's just easier to put new ones on than trying to use the old ones. I'd order the shocks through the link I sent you. It's cheaper there and they have free shipping. Toytec's shipping is overpriced.



Hmm, what do you mean? Haha I was just going to have somebody tint them for me.
alright yeah for shocks I guess that does sound better having free shipping haha. glad to know I know someone who bought from them so i can trust the site
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Old 03-13-2013, 09:59 PM   #206
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i vote 33x10.5s when the time comes rather than 12.5s
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:11 PM   #208
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Everyone has what they want/like. I won't try and deter you from that. I just see more upsides to skinnier than I do to wide. Especially if you put more miles on highway than in deep sand or something where a wide tire actually helps. Hope this doesn't start a debate on your page ha. I wish I'd gotten 16x7" wheels rather than 16x8" so I could more easily run 255/85r16s and not worry when aired down some.
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:16 PM   #209
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10-4 to that brother!!
I also need one of your used 235s for a spare . . . until I upgrade that is
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:17 PM   #210
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Everyone has what they want/like. I won't try and deter you from that. I just see more upsides to skinnier than I do to wide. Especially if you put more miles on highway than in deep sand or something where a wide tire actually helps. Hope this doesn't start a debate on your page ha. I wish I'd gotten 16x7" wheels rather than 16x8" so I could more easily run 255/85r16s and not worry when aired down some.
Haha nah I understand completely. Realistically it would make more sense for me to go with 33x10.50x15 BF Goodrich T/A KO's. But I love the look of 33x12.50x15 KM2's... Haha Guess that's the teenager that's still in me...
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:21 PM   #211
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Meh, buy for the guy that will still be driving on them in a couple years ha if you see more happiness in your future with getting those then do it. If you see yourself being thankful for being slightly more practical in the future, do it. Always buy for that guy down the road, rather than the guy who wants something on a whim, and you'll be alright GL
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:26 PM   #212
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Meh, buy for the guy that will still be driving on them in a couple years ha if you see more happiness in your future with getting those then do it. If you see yourself being thankful for being slightly more practical in the future, do it. Always buy for that guy down the road, rather than the guy who wants something on a whim, and you'll be alright GL
True, thanks for the wise words! Haha

Really and truly, the life of whatever my next tires are will be about 50 miles a week with the once a month or so trail riding. It's just that this year will be full of traveling due to me having to go to New Mexico for training this summer...

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Once you go M/T's you never go back. i should get A/Ts for the amount of highway miles i put on. but i cannot bring myself to it.
Agreed! After finally getting mud tires on my old 96, I could never stand the look of street tires, or all terrains for that matter!
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Old 03-15-2013, 08:28 PM   #215
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well when that happens for me, i go, then just look at the fun stuff and pout.
Haha so you're saying I should go? The place is apparently really muddy right now... But all of it's trails have bypasses so you aren't forced to go through the hard stuff if you don't think you can. I want to go but I'm not sure if I can justify the 4 hours of driving round trip... But if I don't go I'll probably spend all day in my room doing nothing.. Haha
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I tend to go out by myself more often than with others. I usually am more safer I guess. But I still have a good time.

But I also have kids, so the peace & quiet is nice! I don't know what to say about the 2 hour drive thing. Thats a long way from home if something is to break.
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I tend to go out by myself more often than with others. I usually am more safer I guess. But I still have a good time.

But I also have kids, so the peace & quiet is nice! I don't know what to say about the 2 hour drive thing. Thats a long way from home if something is to break.
True, I am a LOT safer driving trails by myself than with others... Haha

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well your still on all terrains right? i wouldnt go through ANYTHING if i was solo, especially w/ A/t's. i know the feeling as i have been waiting for months to go up in the mountains on a new trail BUT i have resisted as snow is not my thing.
More like glorified street tires...


But they did do very well in a foot of snow...

This is what the area is like...
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Wouldn't it have to be written out to the store where the purchase is made?

Unless it's written out for CASH, I doubt you can. But I really don't know
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