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Discussion in 'Haynes Offroad' started by HAYNES OFFROAD, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. ModFreaksRAPTOR

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    Awesome. I'm getting stationed in Fort Leavenworth, KS this summer. If I don't get one from Jeff before then I will hit you up when I'm situated in KS and then hit you up for one then.


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  2. HAYNES OFFROAD

    HAYNES OFFROAD aka Wreckless

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    Haha just about, on the outskirts of the middle of no where.

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    Sounds good bud, your truck is turning into a beast BTW, how you liking them KR2s?
     
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    Thanks man. It is slowly but surely coming together. The KR2s are AMAZING. Yes they make noise and when my radio is off (rarely ever) it sounds like I'm in an airplane LOL BUT the grip, the feel, the look, make it worth it. All my buddies say that it sounds cool as hell coming down the road when outside of the truck hahaha. I'm really glad I went with them and very thankful for Justin at Kibbetech for helping me out with BFG.
     
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    HAYNES OFFROAD aka Wreckless

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    Yea the only thing I'm worried about is winter performance and flat spotting. I could sipe them, but I dunno if I want to do that either.
     
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    Get DuraTracs for the winter
     
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    Hmmm I guess I will find out about the winter performance when I move to KS as the weather here in El Paso is pretty damn good all year around. As far as flat spotting, I daily drive my truck so its never sitting in one place for long periods of time. I have seen those ramps to help prevent flat spotting, not sure if those would work. I may end up getting those ramps as I am storing my GTR while I'm in KS. The wife will drive it once a month so I think I'll be ok but just to be safe I'll get those ramps anyway.
     
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    That means a 2nd set, but I dont mind that. I guess I can spring for my beadlocks and 37s and keep the NVs for winter.
     
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    Or pick-up a cheap set of factory wheels and continue running the NV's with the 37"s.
     
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    HAYNES OFFROAD aka Wreckless

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    Those ain't bad looking but they will hit the bumper and won't let me flip the plate up fully. I made my clearances toooo tight. Lol.
     

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