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New Tires! STS' pics

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So yesterday i upgraded from bald 31x10.50 BFGs to 33x12.50 Trxus STSs. They are AWESOME! truck looks 100x better imo
Here are pics, sorry they are cellphone pics







 


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Looks good man
I really like the wheels:icon_thumby:
 

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I dig the tires but some people say they suck so Iam stuck in the middle. What do you thank let me know
 

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i like the stance with the leveling coils and body lift to the tires, looks good, thats what i planned on doin, coils, BL and 33s
 

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So yesterday i upgraded from bald 31x10.50 BFGs to 33x12.50 Trxus STSs. They are AWESOME! truck looks 100x better imo
Here are pics, sorry they are cellphone pics







where did you get those foot steps, under the doors?
 

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Let us know how those do for ya. The truck looks good.
 

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looks good.

Have always wanted a set of STS for winter wheelin. Heard they are a killer tire for snow and sand.
 

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Steps are bully universal steps. I got them from amazon.com for less than $100 w/ free shipping. So far the tires are awesome and IMO, they preform better in rain than my old BFGs did. And yea Todd, they haul @ss in sand, they are deff made for it.
 

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Oh an here's a better pic:
 

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you can get steps like that from summit for 25$-35$ each normally fyi
 
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Not the bully ones, These are adjustable and so on and look better IMO
 

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The Sts Are Great For The Rear I Strongly Suggest A M/t Or A/t For The Front
 

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