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Originally Posted by DZP
Nice photos! But you need some more meat on those wheels now.
:iagree:Keep the rims, put on some fat tires.:yes:....if it fits.
Yeah I hear ya - but I like it - so - :p

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But seriously, I do like it as is. If I wanted it for off-road, the 20's'd have to go - nobody does serious off-roading with 20's. Actually I had the tires before the lift - if I was getting tires now, they might have an A/T type tread.
I do have my stock wheels with some Bridgestone Dueler A/T's for this winter. I actually got the lift mainly for aesthetics. I'm not afraid to go through fields and streams or mountain trails, but I don't go anywhere that required additional height.

But, who knows what's next - I don't!
 

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Some upated pics with new treads.









Cooper Zeon's.
I like em so far. No 'extra' road noise.
May have lost a little mpg. But these trucks get such great gas mileage that it's hard to tell!!
 

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Copper Zeon tire is pretty slick looking in person!!! I know someone that has them on a King Ranch F150 and he really likes them...seem to wear pretty good too! Not much road noise either like you said....:woot:

TB LOOKS GREAT!

Mike
 
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