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Discussion in 'Introduction' started by NFish, Aug 9, 2018.

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  1. NFish

    NFish Junior Member

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    What’s up everyone? I just put a flomaster 50 and new ridge grappler tires on my 2018. It smells like plastic burning for the first day ( slightly not overwhelming). Am I being paranoid or should I have concerns?? Thanks guys
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    Just to be sure, I would go over the exhaust and make sure it’s not touching anything.

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    Thanks I’ll take a look


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    welcome aboard. it *should* just be new product burn-in but like others said I would probably do a once over underneath the truck to make sure there isn't any packing material pieces left on the tips/muffler etc...
     
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    It should be the production oils burning off but I would look under the truck and confirm nothing is touching and getting melted
     
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