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Zane says this is the best way to remove flat spots from rear tires. I wasn't real sure what to think, but he was right, it worked pretty good :evil

 

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LOL

Is she all good and broken in yet? I want an in-cab video of you running the frickin piss out of it.

Or a dyno video, or a time slip.
 

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i wana here that truck at WOT
 

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I like the drive the truck method for keeping flat spots at bay.:poke:
 

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oh..... Jacob drive his trucks....

and drives them and drives them....

he prob puts more miles on his trucks than he does his girlfriend...:poke:
 

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Old worn out tires, still needed enough tread left on them to drive the 40 miles home LOL

Hoping to get the truck on the dyno in the next month or so. Runs pretty good on the street. Not sure how it will do at the track though, stock rear suspension and street tires, won't 60' very good. Had a hard time hooking up with the old Stage II's and H2E setup.
 

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ohhhhh JACOBY that is so cool do it again with your belt buckle on.
 

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I think I see caltracs, and I agree about the method of removing flat spots...


 

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Pin the loud pedal Jacob and lets see it sideways...
 
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