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Looks like the driveline and trans and u joints all check out. I have some worn bushings on the rear shock mounts and bad rotors that will all be repaired buy thursday.now in thinking tires!! i have 15x7 rims stock aluminum any preferance for a daily driver with lots of snow coming up and off roading 4 times a month??? 32x11.5 or 33x12.5 what ya think??

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bought

Just picked it up last week $4500.00
anything is for sale though!
 

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in that case, with the tirse you're wanting to run, you'll want 8-9" wide wheels. the 7 inchers won't cut it too well, they'll wear out the center tread too fast
 

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Yup, actually they're AT's but they fit fine no problem, I could even go up to 35's.
 

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nice truck, good price :thumbup. i went to that lot before & they tried sellin me a 96 EB with 96K miles for $9596. i would get some 15x10 rims to start & tires depend on how serious of wheeling you'll be doing & if your geting a lift or not. without a lift i would get 32x12.50s or smaller. ive got 33x12.50s & it rubs on harder hits to the suspension.
 
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