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chevy4x4trucks & Sierra5.3,

 Hey guys you are East of me. I'm in Janesville home of the Suburban. I would be interested in a get together to talk trucks or help with mods. Just let me know when and where. I'm always ready for a cruise in my Duramax.

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Sounds good to me, we should get together some weekend.  I'm sure Joe would take the drive up from IL to join us (even though he's one of those flatlanders we'll still let him come up :D).  But, getting together and talking trucks sounds great.  Just order up some stuff and we'll do some installing.

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       I think I have quite a few accessories on my truck already. All I have left are a cool set of wheel to wheel nerf bars but not this year unless work picks up. But I'm still willing to help others with installs. Later...

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They are the base model steel wheels w/ center caps.  The tires are LT265-75-R16 Wrangler TD's and have about 1/4 to 1/2 of the tread life left.  If you just need a pair of beater rims or tires for something they'd be perfect.  The rims are in perfect shape and I only used them for a few months.

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No I haven't Joe (FireCadet613) and I have installed a bodylift on my truck and I'd be willing to lend you a hand w/ the install of your lift when you get it.  Just let me know, I won't be working until June 26th so any time before that I'm completely free to help out.  I've also got a whole slew of tools, and the suspension was just about the only thing in my truck that I didn't take apart at one point.

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