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Old 12-30-2012, 01:49 PM   #31
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In the future if you are looking for axle and propeller shaft components I would recommend a google search to see if you have a "six states" supply near you. They have tons of drivetrain (and a lot of other stuff) in stock and fairly priced. They are my new favorite for local shops.

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Old 12-30-2012, 06:47 PM   #32
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Even though it might not be my daily driver I don't want it to be too much trouble to get in and out of. I like the height that it is at right now maybe I'm getting too old. I don't know what size the 245/75/16 would equal to maybe 31 or 32's but I think it looks moderately tough. I will see later when I get better bumpers on it if I need it lifted more.
The stock 245/75 16 Goodyear MTR's are 30.5" tires.

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