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Old 09-09-2010, 12:07 AM
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bush wacker

so ive been non stop welding grinding and sanding for the last 4 months on my samurai and it started out as just a fender flair project and ended up be a body resto and flair up grade and now i have to questions
the bush wacker fender flairs i ordered are a 6" and do they come witha mounting bracket ? ive never bought a set befor

and next is tires i run 33" 12.5" r 15"s mud kings ive been thinking about going to a super swamper's. i drive this truck every day to and from work and wheel on the weekend should i buy swampers or sum thing else i will post pics of the build up in the next couple of days thanks
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Old 09-09-2010, 08:03 AM
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for an everyday driver i wuld not buy sswamperss unles you drive very short distances and like to spend $1200 a year on rubber, they are the best tire i know of off the road, but when it comes to driving on road, they wear out way to fast, and makes your truck extreamly slow, so i havent found a good replacement for on and offroad, but i was thinking of just going with a bfg mud terain, i know the bald set that i started my zuke life with took me a lot of places. as for the fender flares im not to sure, id like to know aswell, i hope this helps
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Old 09-09-2010, 01:00 PM
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thanks for the info ive been waiting for these flair since june 27th and last week they told me they are out of stock and still havent been made yet its the last pice to the puzzle its just gotta get done soon sick of driving a car
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Old 10-09-2010, 09:45 AM
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just so you know i have had swamper boggers and mud terrains, on my samy and i have drive my samy over 15 years daily driver, no wwhat he said about swampers wearing out is un true only way to get a true off road tire is going to swamers bogger or somethng similair. i have ran swamper and due to the reason you are driving a zuk buddy that said the wear out in a year is full of himself. i ran mine for approz 2 years and when i sold them they were just above wear bar, remember you are driving a zuk said to be about 1900lbs at stock form. so get swampers be a man and have some tration when you hit the dirt good luck
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