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WOW! What a great trip!!!! Great to meet, wheel, and party with EVERYONE!!!:bounce::beer::bounce::beer::bounce::beer:

I'll post up 100 pics-- here is the first ones-- I'll post more as I get time.

Want shout out a big "THX" to SlowMo (Mike) for the awesome carne asada tacos!!!!! Those hit the spot!

If anyone wants to add their pics to this thread-- Feel free!
 

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Skinny yes. But they seem to work as well as any tire out there....??? Cant quite figure it out----- maybe because they are skinny, it puts more pressure per sq inch for better traction??? I dunno...
Anyways, I like them-- great offroad and surprisingly smooth on the road.
 

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I was calling the Red YJ "The secret weapon" because it flat worked. On 37" sticky Trepadors--- those tires kick ass. I want some for my buggy!
 

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How far tilted over do you have to be to scratch your top???!!!!

This was on "BackDoor"-- I dont have pics--- maybe someone else does?

All I know is I was puckered!!!!!:mr-t:
 

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Looks like you guys had a blast! Thanks for sharing the pics.

I have heard as well that skinny tires exert more pressure. Less surface area I guess?

Anyway, Hundy, your rig looks kick-ass with those tires!!!!
 

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Looks like a blast. I was wondering how your doors would hold up when I first started looking at the pictures. I guess I jinxed you.
 

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What corners does the red jk with the "rockn jk" license plate have? Is that stock chopped flares on there?

corey d
 
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