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    Yea exactly. I cant complain either it only took stylin concepts 2 days to send me a bumper from Ohio. And i think that where summit is to right Ohio or somewhere around there right?

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    Summit is in easter OH. They have another warehouse in NV I think. Somewhere out west. You will be getting your stuff from the OH warehouse obviously.

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    Yea so your right it will probably be here wednesday. Good deal i cant wait to get closer to mother earth. Hey since your the big tire guy u think 205/60/15's will fill up the wheel wells nicely with the kit on?

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    That tire is a little small. It might not fill up the wheel well entirely. It should work out nice though. Remember to keep all the tires on it the same size.

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    It's kinda small but anything bigger looks like ass. I wanted to go 205/50 but then i realized thats way to small. Im goin 205/60 either the Pilot XGTH4, Goodyear Eagle GTII, or some Toyo's.

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    205/60 will work good for you. It might make it look like its dropped less. Thats just an optical illusion though. As for those tires, I recommend the Pilots. Thats what I have on my truck as a matter of fact.

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    What do u mean it will look like its dropped less? U mean it will look closer to the ground or higher off the ground?

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    Closer to the ground. I've been asked before if my truck was lowered already, cuz I have 195/60/15 tires. They aren't very big, and seem to lower the truck about on inch compared to other S10s around here.

    But I don't think my tires are actually rated truck tires, they look more like car tires since they squish quite a bit from my truck weight..eehh..who knows, I don't care.

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    Then that would mean it would look like its dropped more. But yea i know what u mean. I had 235/75/15's on my truck when i was doin body work and then i put my rims on with 215/75/15 and even that little difference made it noticeably lower...id say about an inch or so.

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    I was sayin that the smaller tire leaves more wheel well gap. It will drop the truck closer to the ground, but it leaves a gap sometimes.

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    Yea i know what you mean john. But im thinkin with the kit and the fender trim im puttin on it shouldnt leave that much of a gap.

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    Originally posted by Blazin89
    Yea i know what you mean john. But im thinkin with the kit and the fender trim im puttin on it shouldnt leave that much of a gap.
    Yeah, those tires will be alright. What kind of fender flares are you talkin about?

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    I have paintable plastic fender flares and then i have paintable fiberglass fender flares/steps. Im not sure which im gonna use yet.

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    Ahhh, I see. Those will take up some of that gap.

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    I have a 4-5" gap right now which I need to get rid of.

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