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post #31 of 51 Old 04-19-2011, 06:58 PM
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Should be hitting URE this weekend with Jankoid.
As long as you get that tire situation worked out!

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post #32 of 51 Old 04-24-2011, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
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Had a blast at URE only got a few pics.
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post #33 of 51 Old 04-24-2011, 04:16 PM
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Nice! Im gonna steal that last picture from you!
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post #34 of 51 Old 04-24-2011, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Hitting the trails changed my build, and thanks to jankoid.
2.5" lift (currie?)
- anti-rock

Upgraded steering (currie?)

Tummy tuck
- 1" bl, mml,
- sye/cv
- under cover fab 1" deep skid

Then some little odds and ends. Yeah.
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post #35 of 51 Old 04-24-2011, 04:41 PM
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you gonna toss on some bigger tires after the lift?

also currie and clayton are awesome kits. cant go wrong with either company. you can look into old man emu as well.

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you gonna toss on some bigger tires after the lift?

also currie and clayton are awesome kits. cant go wrong with either company. you can look into old man emu as well.
35x1250 km2s in the future. Need to build it up more. And I'm going w the currie lift w no springs, and get ome 2.5" springs.. Or something of that nature. I looked into ome, but I'm pretty set on currie.
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35x1250 km2s in the future. Need to build it up more. And I'm going w the currie lift w no springs, and get ome 2.5" springs.. Or something of that nature. I looked into ome, but I'm pretty set on currie.
sounds like a good plan

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Thanks. I'm trying to build a solid reliable rig. Needa get some cash-flow.
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Thanks. I'm trying to build a solid reliable rig. Needa get some cash-flow.
me too!

maybe my boss will see that and give me a raise

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post #40 of 51 Old 04-24-2011, 08:25 PM
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I know a few people with km2's. And there not impressed. My buddy's old style Mtr's do way better. An come to think of it. My crappy pro comps do the same as the bfg's I would suggest mtr/k's

Just my 2cents.

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I know a few people with km2's. And there not impressed. My buddy's old style Mtr's do way better. An come to think of it. My crappy pro comps do the same as the bfg's I would suggest mtr/k's

Just my 2cents.

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This is my dd as well, I need a good on/off road. I heard the mtr ks were super hard to get them balanced..
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A guy I used to wheel with had them on champion headlocks unbalanced with no steering stabilizer and had no problems at all. I know a guy wit the bfg's and his have worn pretty quick

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This is my dd as well, I need a good on/off road. I heard the mtr ks were super hard to get them balanced..
The MTRs are better both off and on road. They even wear better and last longer. They are just a better tire all around. I've never heard anything about them being hard to balance...

The MTRs are my tire of choice when I move to 35s.
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Well, those were my choice of tire before I heard that. Guess I'll be getting those at some point. Heh. Need to get back on the trails. I had a blast out there.
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Had a blast at URE only got a few pics.
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