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I put some new shoes on the Burban yesterday. Can't wait to try 'em out off road.



 

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Who mfgs those tires? Are they 16s? How are they on the road noisy, smooth, hard ? Questions, Questions, Questions.....
 

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They are Dick Cepek Fun Country II's, 285/75/16. The parent company is Mickey Thompson. The ride is nice and smooth, but does have a little bit of a whine. So far I am very happy with them. I took them through some pretty rough stuff this past weekend (no mud though) and they didn't miss a beat.

 

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Were any wildflowers harmed or killed in the production of that picture? Thanks for the info/specs on your new rubber. Great pic!
 

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Were any wildflowers harmed or killed in the production of that picture? Thanks for the info/specs on your new rubber. Great pic!
If that's Texas, then that's the Bluebonnet flower...the state flower. It's ILLEGAL to destroy public displays of bluebonnets. You'll get a ticket.

Now, my wife wants me to put the KID in a bunch of bluebonnets ... nah, Gary's got it right...put the TRUCK in the middle, it's not going to look away, get up and run off or eat a bug. :happy:

 

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Those are indeed Bluebonnets, but it wasn't in public. It's right in the middle of 500 acres of private land, so I should be ok. The smell coming off of the lightly bruised ;) Bluebonnets was amazing. I never new they smelled that good.
 
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