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Old 04-01-2013, 06:14 PM   #21
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More pictars for fun. the first two are scanguage shots i took today on the drive home. The first one is a 35 mile average mpg at 60 mph on a pretty flat road. I calibrated the scanguage by going back to the exact same fuel handle twice, so this is accurate!!!

The Second one is a 130 mile average with 70 percent of it being 70 mph and 30 percent being 60 mph. Happy with my averages to say the least!! This is running 91 ethanol free gas.




and who doesn't like a shot of the Grands

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Old 04-02-2013, 08:24 AM   #23
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I'm jealous of your home state!!! Wyoming is the most beautiful place i've traveled. I could stare at the Teton range for days!!!!!!!

Been thru there 5 times on my way to Sturgis South Dakota. Cody and Jackson are amazing places!

Truck's looking amazing.
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:28 AM   #24
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Thanks Ross! The Big Wonderful Wyo has been my home for the past year and I've loved every day since! I lived in Wisconsin before moving out here about a year ago. It's a great place, I just hope lots of people don't start moving here! Drop the gate and keep wyo the way it is

I just need some big tyres like you're rolling now!!!!!
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:35 AM   #25
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Thanks Ross! The Big Wonderful Wyo has been my home for the past year and I've loved every day since! I lived in Wisconsin before moving out here about a year ago. It's a great place, I just hope lots of people don't start moving here! Drop the gate and keep wyo the way it is

I just need some big tyres like you're rolling now!!!!!

My aunt is from Green Bay originally!!! GO PACKERS!

Yeah Wyoming is like rollin thru a post card. GODS COUNTRY!
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:39 AM   #26
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haha PACK for life!!! I can handle the Broncos fans and I still rock my Pack jersey at work whether they win or lose! I hope to make it out to Oregon sometime soon! Where are good places to visit/stay away from, if any ?
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:43 AM   #27
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haha PACK for life!!! I can handle the Broncos fans and I still rock my Pack jersey at work whether they win or lose! I hope to make it out to Oregon sometime soon! Where are good places to visit/stay away from, if any ?

Thanks to Aunts n Uncles I was born a Raider/Packer fan. Every year I have 1 team to get excited for and the other team to constantly say WTF!!!!!! You know which is which...LOL


Anywhere up the coast is always awesome. Our dunes are pretty badass. Sandfest is killer fun every year.
The high desert (Bend, Sisters, Redmond,etc.) is always amazing.
Crater Lake.
If you like beer........Oregon is killer with all the breweries around.
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:47 AM   #29
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LOL!

Mmmm beer. Thanks for the quick rundown!

LOL....yep BEEEERR!!!!!!!

Everywhere. Lots of brewfests around. Love it.
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:56 AM   #30
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Project mudflap today... keeping rocks off my bumper Turned out well and it's sturdy. that flat bracket bolted to the bumper endcap is 3/16 steel. We'll see how it holds up and if the flap swings into the exhaust on the hiway... napa special







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Old 04-06-2013, 05:38 PM   #33
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Definitely. After the test run i've noticed they don't hang perfectly so I've got some tweaking to do but for now they're doing what they are supposed to and people behind me will likely appreciated it. What are you doing with your rear flaps? do you need them to be legal where you are? I noticed your stockers were getting mighty close to the ground
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The truck looks great.
I have a set of countersteer wheels on the way and have been having a hard time trying to decide between 265 duratracs or 285 BFG ATs. After looking at your truck, I will stick with the 265 duratracs until I get bored, or the truck is not so new.
So thanks for helping me make up my mind
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Old 04-16-2013, 07:42 AM   #38
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Thanks bullaculla! You're going to love the Konigs! I plan on going with a better leaf pack in the rear soon (probably all-pro standard) so i'm wishing I went with the 285 instead of the 265 to fit better with the close to 3 inches of lift i'll be at. But... the 265 duratrac has been awesome for the 12k miles i have on them. my fronts run at 38 and my rears at 34psi and they chalk test pretty good. I have the E rated tire so dont copy those psi numbers if you got the c rated. You will really like the duratracs there's no doubt about it

Reasons to go from 265 to 285... Dont mind a slight drop in mpg, need a bit more clearance that an almost 33 inch tire will give you, and need a taller tire to fill out the wheel well of a lifted truck. That's how I see it.
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Old 04-16-2013, 07:48 AM   #39
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Tor, I had a sneaky suspicion you were gonna drop in here and have it all laid out for me after I dove bomb your thread about breaks lol.

As it currently sits with the Konigs I only have a few cm clearance between stock rotor and the wheel, just enough for the balance weights to fit. So it's not in the picture for bigger rotors with the stock caliper, but.... a better slightly bigger rotor and lower profile caliper may allow me to jump up I've got a few other pieces of the truck to do first since I don't need that much anti-horsepower... yet

Thanks for the link!
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