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Old 05-07-2018, 06:23 PM   #21
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Haha I've actually been considering buying another set of wheels/tires and just setting those aside for when I know I'm going to be wheeling/in sketchy places. The beefy tires definitely make a huge difference at how well I can get around when I'm in the woods.
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Old 05-08-2018, 12:36 AM   #22
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My issue with putting anything on my floors is water, mud, dirt, leaves, etc. being on my floor ALL the time.
I have just bare floors as of right now and man do the floors ever get HOT in the summer. the question is what do I use that won't hold water and won't get shitty and muddy
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Old 05-08-2018, 12:59 AM   #23
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Old 05-08-2018, 04:03 AM   #24
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Syn mine stays wet a lot of times as well (though I'm sure not near as wet as yours lol). I was planning on going over the floor with some bedliner or some such stuff to keep it from getting rusty before applying any insulation.
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Old 05-08-2018, 04:07 AM   #25
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My issue with putting anything on my floors is water, mud, dirt, leaves, etc. being on my floor ALL the time.
I have just bare floors as of right now and man do the floors ever get HOT in the summer. the question is what do I use that won't hold water and won't get shitty and muddy
I got black vinyl on my floor. Easy to clean out and it's sealed well so no water can sit under it.
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Haha I've actually been considering buying another set of wheels/tires and just setting those aside for when I know I'm going to be wheeling/in sketchy places. The beefy tires definitely make a huge difference at how well I can get around when I'm in the woods.
Yeah. You can clear those rocks and ditches better on Forest Service roads. More stability all around, too. Bad side is a little less freeway power, I suppose, but it's a good trade off. Can't remember without looking, but I think stock for the truck below are 185's. I believe I run 205's on it. Way better.
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