I like how quiet they are but they seem a little soft. And I really dont like the fact that they are directional. You can only rotate front to back and if I get a flat I can only hope that it matches my spare. I ended up using the BFG as my spare on long trips so I dont have to worry about it but my chrome H2 rim and spare X Terrain look better on the carrier.opcorn:lets see some pictures of the whole entire truck there buddy!!! and how do you like your x terrains...? I was thinking about purchasing another set, I got mine used at about 50% tread for a good deal.
Yeah, well it's the thought that counts.. right?
The truck has a great stance!
Im offshore working for the week but I can get some better pics when I get home. I will say this though, Diprocols are the best match for our trucks. I did alot of asking around and looking as guages before I bought them. They are great looking guages.Can you get a better picture of the gauges, I think I have the exact same interior. Do the gauge's match the dash like speedo?
Thuren Fabrication. Check out his web site and give him a call. Don is a great guy and he'll set you up:thumbsupWhere did you order those shackles I want those for my truck. I want to do a kore level kit on the front and i think those shackles will work well with it.
Thanks! I got tired of mine bouncing around back there too. The Tiregate is cool cause you can mount the tire angled in our out and the rack opens so it still works like a tail gate. And in the "out" position you still have the whole bed for space.Nice lookin' rig! That's a great way to mount an oversize spare. Mine just floats around under my Access cover.
I've got King 2.5 with piggy back resevoirs back there and the res. will hit the tire when I compress the suspension. Even before the Kings were on the spare would rub the rear diff cover enough to take the paint off.Why dont you hang it under the truck??? I have my 35" spare in the stock winch setup...snug but it fits...