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Method MR305NV or MR312?

Discussion in 'Ford F-150 Raptor General Discussions [GEN 2]' started by IDontDoUrban, Feb 24, 2020.

MR305 NV or MR312 in bronze

  1. MR305 NV

    73.3%
  2. MR312

    26.7%
  1. SSWIM

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    RPG collar in front. 2" Spacer in back. Nothing fancy. Rides great. 37" Baja TA KR2s.
     
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    Don’t know if you are saying just the fake bead locks collect water. Unfortunately the real ones also do. Just have to keep em dried out.

    Our Class 1 is just as bad.
     
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    My apologies again. Im not posting anymore pictures. I seem to screw it up everytime.

    Sorry

    Sam
     
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    Im gonna say NV just to keep us MR312 guys a little more unique.... ;)

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    Sam - keep the pics coming. Hopefully the duplicate photo police are on vacation this week. You and supergumby5000 are not making this any easier. Both have awesome looking rides. :-|
     
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    Good thing it never rains in the Northwest. Where you have stains, I'll have black mold.
     
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    I don't worry about a clean truck much these days and am in the dirt and mud fairly often. The 312's look like they'd be a bitch to clean. Do you get mud stuck in the indents on the beadlock rings? Almost looks like appropriate use of a pressure washer is needed.
     
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    That depends what you consider a "wash". If you just want to pressure wash and walk away you can only expect them to get so clean (or any wheel for that matter). I have a $10 wheel brush (amazon) that makes quick work of them when I wash my truck.
     
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    Thanks Nick. Look forward to receiving the 312's soon. No wrong choice in this debate for me. Both wheels are in a separate class (IMO) from others. Had to make a hard call. And the second-guessing starts in 3...2...1...
     

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