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Went to 33" tires on QX4 wheels...

 

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Just a wee bit bigger...

 

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Went to 33" tires on QX4 wheels...

 

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Just a wee bit bigger...

 

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Twins again

 

 

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6 hours ago, hawairish said:

Went to 33" tires on QX4 wheels

 

the QX4 wheels look awesome!

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1b257709c932f96eee58da89fd54256d.jpg Went to Leavenworth,WA this weekend. Really impressed with how the Wildpeak AT3Ws handled the snow.

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9 hours ago, TowndawgR50 said:

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Too bad October is for TotM sunset pics, that's a really well-done photo!

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On 1/9/2020 at 6:22 PM, mjotrainbrain said:

 

Too bad October is for TotM sunset pics, that's a really well-done photo!

Thanks!

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Took a quick run with the dogs yesterday to play in the snow

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Running the radials for now until they’re burned up.

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Parked next to a stock Pathy

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I'm really impressed with my new cheap all terrains ($100 each!) and how well they do in mud!

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Scoping out Santiam Forrest. Can’t wait for summer time here.

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Scoping out Santiam Forrest. Can’t wait for summer time here.

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I'm really impressed with my new cheap all terrains ($100 each!) and how well they do in mud!

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Curious as to what those circular holes are on the front if your bumper?

 

BTW, you might enjoy theblackpathfinder on IG (@02_Pathy on here)

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Pines to Spines Offroad 4" SFD kit is making her turn heads daily now 494eb01fcecfb10c00ec8fab0d5eca58.jpgf3a014664afbab7ad072de8159c60b81.jpgd44b073a618648e9d687a1946d8509a6.jpg

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@hawairish and @TowndawgR50 I don’t think you could’ve picked a better first vehicle to show off your product on.
 

It looks killer Alex!

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[mention=36148]hawairish[/mention] and [mention=37543]TowndawgR50[/mention] I’m not sure you could’ve picked a better first vehicle to show off your product on.
 
It looks killer Alex!
Thanks dude!

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Yeah man that looks fantastic!
 

I’m curious though, what combo did you use for the front? Is the lift completely from spacers or did you pair lift coils with smaller spacers? I was told camber is a nightmare when you go the second route so I’m wondering what the best combo would be if I ever decided to do a SFD

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Yeah man that looks fantastic!
 
I’m curious though, what combo did you use for the front? Is the lift completely from spacers or did you pair lift coils with smaller spacers? I was told camber is a nightmare when you go the second route so I’m wondering what the best combo would be if I ever decided to do a SFD
This particular photo is with OME HD coils with a 1 inch SF creations spacer on the strut plus the 4 inch strut spacers. After the photo I took the 1 inch spacer out as it did cause my camber to be positive just very slightly even with camber bolts and the camber adjustment on the strut spacer with the Pines to Spines design. After getting it aligned at the shop with the setup OME HD coils and 4 inch strut spacer everything was within spec without the use of camber bolts. I sit currently around 5.5 inches of lift

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Awesome, great to hear that the OME HD work well with the kit. Sounds like that’s the exact route I’ll be going then

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On 1/30/2020 at 4:34 PM, PathyDude17 said:

@hawairish and @TowndawgR50 I don’t think you could’ve picked a better first vehicle to show off your product on.
 

It looks killer Alex!

 

You'd better get working on figuring out how to make this happen to yours, since you and Alex aren't exactly twinning anymore!:whip:

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Pines to Spines Offroad 4" SFD kit is making her turn heads daily now 494eb01fcecfb10c00ec8fab0d5eca58.jpgf3a014664afbab7ad072de8159c60b81.jpgd44b073a618648e9d687a1946d8509a6.jpg

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Looks awesome! Very nice.

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