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Adamcr68

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Adamcr68

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Clean setup. What suspension brand/lift height did you go with?
Leveled with thuren/kings, then added icons for the rear 1.5” & then adjusted the coil overs to relevel. Also have a 1.5” body lift. Recently changed wheels, wanted to get rid of spacers I was using. All of the work, except the body lift, done by Quick_Shifter -ak_trucks_pa.
 

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Leveled with thuren/kings, then added icons for the rear 1.5” & then adjusted the coil overs to relevel. Also have a 1.5” body lift. Recently changed wheels, wanted to get rid of spacers I was using. All of the work, except the body lift, done by Quick_Shifter -ak_trucks_pa.
How are those Baja Ats doin? I need to get away from these toyos asap but am in decision paralysis on my next set.
 

Adamcr68

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How are those Baja Ats doin? I need to get away from these toyos asap but am in decision paralysis on my next set.
I really like them, seem to have better traction in wet conditions, I had Nitto’s before that loose grip with ease when accelerating. It could be the new tire effect, I don’t really remember the Nitto’s being bad when new, had them almost four years-about 25k- but a noticeable difference with the Mickey Thompson’s.
We haven’t got any snow yet so can’t comment on that, they are probably too wide for a good snow tire, looking on getting some stock wheels to mount true snow tires but we get so little snow it’s hard to justify.
 

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