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    Default Figured its finally time to share

    been a reader a long time(~3 years) and a member for about a year and a half(maybe more?)
    never shared any pictures, but figured it was time to do so...just got her some new wheels, and after pulling out a dodge AND a ford out of a mud pit, figured she earned getting her pictures out there.

    nothing too fancy, but i like her. and apparently im the person my friends call from now on when they get themselves stuck

    im still figuring out the picture hosting, so i apologize if its not great.
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    2004 Silverado Crew Cab-z71-4x4-5.3-100k+ miles-KN FIPK Stage 2 CAI-Flowmaster 40 muffler w/ dual tip-Apline deck/alpine amp, Pioneer components front/Pioneer Back/2x10" MTX Subs under rear seat-Cooper ST tires

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    Nice looking truck.
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    Nice truck, I like the custom mud paint job LOL.

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    Nice truck, I like those rims. What tires are those? I am trying to decide on a set of tires for the winter and those look like they have about the right tread/size setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Als09Sierra View Post
    Nice truck, I like those rims. What tires are those? I am trying to decide on a set of tires for the winter and those look like they have about the right tread/size setup.
    they are cooper discoverer ST, 265/70/17, they have done me very well in snow/mud so far
    2004 Silverado Crew Cab-z71-4x4-5.3-100k+ miles-KN FIPK Stage 2 CAI-Flowmaster 40 muffler w/ dual tip-Apline deck/alpine amp, Pioneer components front/Pioneer Back/2x10" MTX Subs under rear seat-Cooper ST tires

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    Nice truck. I'm not much for white cars at all or trucks but it looks nice. The mud just makes it look better!

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    Real pickups get muddy.

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