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I need two stock front rims for the Trooper if anyone has any they would like to sell please let me know.

George

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I need two stock front rims for the Trooper if anyone has any they would like to sell please let me know.

George

I have the stock wheels and tires off my Trooper I was going to put on Ebay. If your interested in the fronts, I'll let you have them with the tires for $150.00. Let me know, I could bring them to Logandale.

Lenny

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I have the stock wheels and tires off my Trooper I was going to put on Ebay. If your interested in the fronts, I'll let you have them with the tires for $150.00. Let me know, I could bring them to Logandale.

Lenny

Hi Lenny,

I'll take them. Thank-you. Looking forward to seeing you in Logandale.

George

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Hi Lenny,

I'll take them. Thank-you. Looking forward to seeing you in Logandale.

George

I'll bring them along to Logandale.

Lenny

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Just got back from a trip to Little Sahara sand dunes. I have front rims all around and General Grabber AT2 27x8.50 R14 tires on them. They performed great!!!!!! I also went on trails and roads and I was very happy with them. I was running 10 psi front, 11 psi rear. I had just backed the front shock springs off to where there is only about a 1/4" of thread left showing.

Out in the sand, I found that I could go just about anywhere with no trouble. These were a lot better than the stock tires, but they would probably out do me in the mud, but I hate mud. :P While out there, I talked to a tire dealer and his comment about my tires was they are as close to BF Goodrichs as they can be without them being sued, and BF Goodrich is the most popular tire for the race truck crowd.

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I was running 10 psi front, 11 psi rear. I had just backed the front shock springs off to where there is only about a 1/4" of thread left showing.

How did the softer spring settig and tire pressure feel. You probably could go even lower on pressure in the dunes. I run 6 psi in front and 7 in back for sand, about 10 and 12 for trails, about 7 and 8 for rockcrawling.

Lenny

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How did the softer spring settig and tire pressure feel. You probably could go even lower on pressure in the dunes. I run 6 psi in front and 7 in back for sand, about 10 and 12 for trails, about 7 and 8 for rockcrawling.

Lenny

It was great, I could drop over any hill out there and didn't have any regrets for it as I came to the bottom and the woops were no problem, I'm really very happy with the way it's handling now. The tires worked good in the sand and on roads.

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