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Old 08-19-2013, 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by JDPatrick View Post
In terms of tire make, I was thinking Nitto; I've been told they don't have too much road roar. Anyone able to confirm that one?
Both Toyo's and Nitto's will be very comparable as Nitto is owned by Toyo. My Toyo MT's are surprisingly quiet for a mud tire. I have absolutely no complaints with them.

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You guys are awesome. If I was made of money I'd be out buying parts right now.

Spacers. Yes, makes more sense now.

Would it be possible to just do new front shocks with Bilsteins? The truck is LITERALLY one week old and doesn't need new rear shocks...I figure I can save a few hundred that way.
Yes, all you have to do is the front Bilstein's. No need to touch the back at all.
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