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looks pretty slick, i'd never have one though
 

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That thing is ridiculous :ford:

Wonder why the roof light on the driver side is circular while the passenger is a rectangle. Must have run outta money buying those tires haha
 

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i wonder how long that bed is..........
 

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One is a spot, one is a flood probably.
That would make sense. I just wonder why the flood wouldnt be duplicated on each side then have the spot in addition. I dont even know why I am really even thinking about it. Just bored I guess
 

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Must get nasty up there! To need something like that.
 

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That thing is ridiculous :ford:

Wonder why the roof light on the driver side is circular while the passenger is a rectangle. Must have run outta money buying those tires haha
Could it be that the light housings are cylinders? One view would show it round and the other a rectangle. Just a thought.

Those Icelanders get bored and need something to do during the winter.
 

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Someone please explain to me why the he*l they just try and stick the biggest, widest tires under their trucks?
 

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BEAST!! get him on the forum lol!!
 

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Someone please explain to me why the he*l they just try and stick the biggest, widest tires under their trucks?
So they have a bigger contact patch for the snow, kinda like snow shoes, keep the truck from sinking as bad
 

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It looks pretty bad ass. I think the point is to drive on snow, more contact area, low psi equals not getting stuck LOL

I would rock that in Iceland...
 

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It looks pretty bad ass. I think the point is to drive on snow, more contact area, low psi equals not getting stuck LOL

I would rock that in Iceland...
Hell I would rock that in Boulder...

Sam
 
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