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Old 11-10-2013, 10:06 AM   #421
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Just a curious question, what kind of mpg's are you guys on stock 3.73's getting with 35's?
13-15 MPG
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Old 11-10-2013, 10:06 AM   #422
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Just a curious question, what kind of mpg's are you guys on stock 3.73's getting with 35's?
same as I got on 3,73s and 33s. about 13 mpg. I would get better if I I didn't have the roof rack
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Old 11-10-2013, 02:34 PM   #424
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Here is a good question to fit 35" you have to trim alot, now i have rubber mudflaps connected to some brackets behind the liner in the rear wheel well. What have you guys been doing for mud flaps? As i was pulled over for not having them when i first got my 33"
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Old 11-10-2013, 03:08 PM   #425
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Here is a good question to fit 35" you have to trim alot, now i have rubber mudflaps connected to some brackets behind the liner in the rear wheel well. What have you guys been doing for mud flaps? As i was pulled over for not having them when i first got my 33"

You can recreate some sort of bracket for them....I had flaps on mine before the 35s but now I have none!
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Old 11-10-2013, 03:18 PM   #426
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Just a curious question, what kind of mpg's are you guys on stock 3.73's getting with 35's?
I was getting 14-18 in my 07 with the 6 speed.
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Old 11-10-2013, 05:26 PM   #427
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Texas doesnt care about mud flaps cant help ya out there.
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Old 11-10-2013, 07:30 PM   #428
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Just a curious question, what kind of mpg's are you guys on stock 3.73's getting with 35's?
I get 16 now that I regeared to 4.56. That is loaded with tools also. With 3.73 and 33's I got the same
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Old 11-10-2013, 07:41 PM   #429
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Did you guys remove those brackets?
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Old 11-11-2013, 07:42 AM   #432
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I have no idea how mud flaps stay on. I have been out wheeling with a lot of different Tacoma's and the first two things to be removed due to off-roading is the mud flaps and the plug for the trailer wiring.
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Old 11-11-2013, 09:15 AM   #433
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I have no idea how mud flaps stay on. I have been out wheeling with a lot of different Tacoma's and the first two things to be removed due to off-roading is the mud flaps and the plug for the trailer wiring.
haha right. I relocated my Trailer harness next to my license plate as a preventive measure. One of my mudflaps was ripped of the first time a went wheeling. Since then I took all of them off.
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she is long, dclb actually, she's come a long way over the past couple of years. the frame was cut down but wheel base stayed the same. i don't notice it at all, and kinda like it. I plan to link it, cage it, and back half it sometime next year, i'm sure i'll make some changes to length at that time, til then I'll rock the limo. I actually plan to run 37's next, or at least that's the plan right now. Here's a pic of choppin the fenders, it shows how much we took out. i chopped a lot seeing as how she's not a beauty queen I wanted clearance and function more than anything else. I'll need to do quite a bit more work on the inner fenders and such to clear 37's but I think it'll be worth it.
Where do you work? I assume you did all the work yourself?
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23 pages of posts and I didn't see this thread. Where the hell have I been, better late than never I guess.
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23 pages of posts and I didn't see this thread. Where the hell have I been, better late than never I guess.
The ironic thing is you are mentioned in the original post.
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The ironic thing is you are mentioned in the original post.
Yeah, I saw that . Well to a good thread!
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23 pages of posts and I didn't see this thread. Where the hell have I been, better late than never I guess.
Funny stuff there..
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haha right. I relocated my Trailer harness next to my license plate as a preventive measure. One of my mudflaps was ripped of the first time a went wheeling. Since then I took all of them off.
I took mine off after I got 31x12.5 super swampers on 16x10 then got busted been running without them for years but recently they been cracking down again so I finally threw them back on one rocky section and they be history tho
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