Leveling kit is on!

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  1. jdi731

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    Yeah, the 04/05's had the square fogs
     
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    i think im going with 285/75 km2s. discount is runnin them for 284/tire
     
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    TxFx04 FFS Frequent Traveler

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    i really want 35's

    a 35/17 km2 is $337 :/

    wrangler mt/r is $310 each
     
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    Aw Yeah! :peace:
     
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    damn lol. thats why im going with a 34 lol
     
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    the want is really not worth the reality in the end. your gas mileage TANKS w/ 35's because tires are about 15-20 lbs heavier and the added road resistance detracts from your mpg as well. but they do look good lol.

    i couldnt be happier w/ my 34's after switchin from my 35's. The most i ever got from my 28.5 gallon tank is 420 on those 35's. On these 34's, i'm prolly gonna hit 500miles, something I have never done w/ city & hwy driving.
     
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    you got me thinkin :hmm: maybe i'll stick with my 34's until i can regear and get 35's
     
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    just don't regear to a 4.56 :facepalm: 4.10 will give you great mileage trust me.
     
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    i'm gonna believe the hundreds and hundreds of people that regear to 4.56 and love it lol. not alot of people go to 4.10
     
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    TFIDDLE VEEEE TEn

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    Dont go with 4.10 on a 4x4. I have 4.56s and wish I had 4.88s. These trucks are too dang heavy to even notice much of a difference with 4.56s. Or at least I didn.

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