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Old 03-25-2007, 10:27 PM   #1
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Pics of 2 lifted rodeos

Got together with Mike (protetype) today and took some pics of our rodeos together. We lifted his a couple weeks ago and I did mine wednesday. I'm waiting for my tires to wear out before I go to 32's so still sportin the 30's for now. Looks pretty good on its own but next to Mikes with 32's it looks tiny.

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Old 03-25-2007, 11:57 PM   #2
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Re: Pics of 2 lifted rodeos

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....still sportin the 30's for now. Looks pretty good on its own but next to Mikes with 32's it looks tiny.....
yeh, that's amazing what a difference. actually his whole truck look wider, too. .

both look great.

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Old 03-26-2007, 05:23 PM   #3
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Re: Pics of 2 lifted rodeos

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actually his whole truck look wider, too.
Yeah I noticed that. Not sure if its the angle or what but mine looks like a mini rodeo in the pics.

Then again, they say black is slimming LOL.
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Re: Pics of 2 lifted rodeos

Love the rack up top. Put mine to good use this weekend on the Jeep. Pitched a tent for giggles at the Franklin locks in Alva, FL.

I won't be using the factory rack for my trip to NH this summer!
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Re: Pics of 2 lifted rodeos

NICE Trucks!

Now you can come do mine

Why are you going to get different rims? Or, are your's super skinny like my OEM ones were?
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Re: Pics of 2 lifted rodeos

Too skinny for 32's. They are only 6.5" wide. I'm looking for something thats polished around the rim but black in the center then polished center caps. If I can get a decent set of alloys used for a good price I might have the center part powder coated black. I have plenty of time so not in a big rush to find just the right wheels yet.
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Yeah, they're too skinny. Mine were the 16x6", my 32's starting cupping on the edges because of it; figured it was cheaper to buy 16x8 wheels then to be replacing tires every 2yrs.
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