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    Default Round 2 of mods - 285's and a levelling kit

    Hey everyone,

    I got my 2nd round of mods completed the other day. The first round was tinting the windows and a flowmaster dual exhaust. Round 2 was a set of Kumho Road Venture AT's (285/70/17) and a BDS levelling kit. I picked the tires up really cheap. When all was said and done I was out less than $700 for everything. Modding on a budget! See before and after below (pics aren't the greatest - sorry)
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    Hey coop truck looks great with the lift and new rubber.Now aren't you glad you listened to us about jumping on that tire deal.Your mods were really cheap for all you got done,really nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigbomber View Post
    Hey coop truck looks great with the lift and new rubber.Now aren't you glad you listened to us about jumping on that tire deal.Your mods were really cheap for all you got done,really nice!
    Yeah, I really like it, and it was a good price on everything. I'll give a shout out to Harmon 4-wheel Drive in Tulsa, OK. They installed the levelling kit - $184 for all parts and installation! Best price I found by far! Looks great and you can't find a nicer group of guys.

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