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Old 08-15-2018, 12:01 PM
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My 2018 JKU ALTITUDE

35x12.5x20 Trail Grapplers on 20x10 xd820 with a 3" Fabtech lift (Stealth Shocks)

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anyone know how to flip these pictures.....not sure why they uploaded upside down

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I say leave them. Edit to the post to say how much grip the new tires give you.
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anyone know how to flip these pictures.....not sure why they uploaded upside down
I can't edit your post but here you go



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You should try taking your photos with your phone held "landscape", with the volume buttons pointing towards the ground, and the "Home" button on the right. This is the technical "right-side-up" for camera phones

Your PICs are flipped.
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You should try taking your photos with your phone held "landscape", with the volume buttons pointing towards the ground, and the "Home" button on the right. This is the technical "right-side-up" for camera phones

Your PICs are flipped.
Thanks!! Yea i always do volume up since I am right handed, but never knew the "correct orientation"

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