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  1. Nice to know everything worked out well. Now Im excited, Ive gotta get my logs together still and send em off. Sounds like everything Ive been looking for!
  2. Toyo RT and Nitto Ridge Grappler might be your best bet. They are positioned between all terrains and MTs as a compromise on sound and looks. The new Toyo AT3 has a nice tread but the sidewall isnt that nice imo.
  3. Im running kryptonite UCAs on a 2.5in level. I recommend them.
  4. What kind of driving did you do for your logs? I have my stock tunes pulled and havent done any logging yet. I was thinking of doing some highway, some city and then doing some pulls from a stop. Like 25% 50% 75% and then 100% throttle. they say you need Wide open throttle for 3-4 seconds and the rest of the logs should be like 20-30 mins.
  5. Im running 285/75/17 Toyo MTs on 17x8.5 0 wheels with a 2.5 inch level. Toyos site says these run big and are 34.1 inches instead of the normal 33.8 inches. I had to trim some fender liner. I would say you are good to run 35s on a 4 inch lift depending on the offset of your wheels if you stay around 0 or -6. Stock wheels are usually +24 on 1500s If you are going for real wide wheel with negative offset like -24 or more you may run into problems. Check out custom offsets gallery if you cant find anyone on here that runs what you want.
  6. I have a red one Ill sell you for 150
  7. In the future too you can also use a grinder to cut a flat into each side. Make it easy to get some adjustable wrench on.
  8. Just dropped mine off at the body shop today... Brother backed right into my truck and dented the front bumper in 2 places. Should be there for a couple days and good as new. Not even that bad but he insisted he would get it fixed for me.
  9. I just got 285/75-17 Toyo MTs mounted on 17x8.5 0 method grids. I have the eibach pro truck levling kit set at 2.5 inches in the front and kryptonite UCAs. Nothing done to the back. I had to trim the fender liners a good amount but it now drives without rubbing at all on the street. No metal trimming. It is very close to the plastic cap covering the cab corners but clears. The Toyos run big as well. If you are getting an AT you will definitely be able to fit with less trimming if you have a 2.5 inch level. I think the 0 offset played a big role in fitment as well. Stock wheels with alot of positive offset it will rub like crazy on the inside liner/components and negative offset will rub on the cab corner.
  10. I only trimmed the fender liners! I took out quite a bit but now they fit no rubbing with normal driving on the street and in parking lots. Even in reverse full lock, no rub. I don't do much off roading but they would rub most likely. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks, I haven't trimmed yet. They are 285/75-17 on 17x8.5 0 methods. They rub right at full lock on the liners. I'm thinking an inch or so and they will fit nice Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  12. Just got the Toyo MTs on. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  13. I'm running the kryptonite UCAs as well I like em pretty good. The bolt in balljoints are nice feature imo. They look nice and the angles are perfect on my 2.5in level. All the bushings and balljoints have zerks on em for greasing. I don't do much wheeling so I can't comment on their toughness. Paid just under 500 on eBay from Rudy's diesel. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  14. Will do! Just waiting on discount tire to get em here. Should be another week or so. Everything is going too slow with the virus.
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