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Thread: AlumaJ8 build, LCG CJ/LJ on 40s

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    My Spicer 10” 5.38 gears, master install kit, balljoints, and alignment cams came in
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    Tires showed up. Was going to run 40s but Pitbull had a 50% off sale the other week
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    Go big! Can wait to see that come together!


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    I have one of those tubs... Amazing build quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defbob View Post
    Tires showed up. Was going to run 40s but Pitbull had a 50% off sale the other week
    Hard to pass that deal up.

    Going to be a great build.

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    My custom length 1550 joint shafts showed up from Branik Motorsports
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    Good luck with the pitbulls. I’ve seen some really bad reviews lately on the tread wearing down stupid fast and coming apart.


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    I don’t expect them to last more than 20k miles. I wouldn’t expect any mud terrain (especially this soft) to last very long. My Iroks were soft and wore fast and chunked too.

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    You can't measure wear on tires like that in miles, you have to measure their life in smiles😁

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    Totally agree

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