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honestly, this is for my father, its his pickup. he just wants to know what people think. it got the conversion down in texas, but it has 8 inch lift with 24s with 37s wrapped around so on and so forth, tell me what you think?
2007 Dodge 3500 HD Mega Cab Long Bed, 6.7, 6'' Lift 24's wrapped with 37'' toyo mts, Smarty, Deleted -- Dads rig 2008 Dodge 3500 HD Mega Cab Short Bed, 6.7, 6'' Lift 20's with 35's looking into some new 20's with 37's. Motor stock till warrantys up -- MINE
Best looking truck I have seen in a long time. The wheels are the best part IMO. Lest be honest guys, with a truck that tall you wont behauling a really heavy load and probably not taking it offroad so why stick with a 18 or 20" wheel.
Truck is bad !
06' 2500 QC, short box, 4x4, Edge with Attitude, AFE stage II, muffler delete, Nitto 285/75 17 Dura Grapplers
Personally I HATE longbeds except for with dual wheels. Love the Wheel/Tire Package. Truck would look 100 times better without conversion IMO. I am dying to own a mega cab long bed dually, but can't see the point of a SRW except for show which is fine, to each their own.
but can't see the point of a SRW except for show which is fine, to each their own.
Let's see you load up all that stuff in the shortbox. I see a fuel tank, which leads me to think it may be used for work a bit...well a fuel tank/toolbox combo in a shortbox leaves what, room for a small cooler and a 6 pack of pop? MAYBE a sammich for lunch
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