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post #196 of 1338 Old 02-06-2013, 09:46 PM
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Just do one tons and 33s. There isn't much of a size difference between that and the 44. LOL. jones were you in that thread?

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Yes!

"Of course the 8.8 is too big! Why do you think they shave the 14 bolt?"
Lmfao. I died laughing when that guy said that.

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Good for a cheap tire, but not for an effective tire.
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Those are not hilines. Look at rokmen or MC. And like I said. You can also raise stock fenders. Either way. Go 35s now and don't regret it later.

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Good for a cheap tire, but not for an effective tire.
Nice of you to make an appearence there Jake.

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Those are not hilines. Look at rokmen or MC. And like I said. You can also raise stock fenders. Either way. Go 35s now and don't regret it later.
I say raise the stock fenders. If you have the tools it'll cost you less than $20.
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Nice of you to make an appearence there Jake.
I'm anywhere you are.
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Those are not hilines. Look at rokmen or MC. And like I said. You can also raise stock fenders. Either way. Go 35s now and don't regret it later.
I like MC just dont think I can swing them now. Maybe I will just get my new banjo
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Good for a cheap tire, but not for an effective tire.
I used them on my KJ but I really like my Big Horns now, there great
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I say raise the stock fenders. If you have the tools it'll cost you less than $20.
I have no idea how to do that and I am scared to drill into me jeep

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