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Nay
06-05-2009, 01:06 AM
With 3/8" longer LCA's, some minor trimming to the rear of the fender well in the rear well, 2.5" rear bumpstop extensions, and 1" wheel spacers...and 37" Trxus fit without rubbing.

Which is hard to believe when you see this :D

http://i557.photobucket.com/albums/ss16/ridgerunnerxj/Chinamans%205-31-09/th_100_8253.jpg (http://s557.photobucket.com/albums/ss16/ridgerunnerxj/Chinamans%205-31-09/?action=view&current=100_8253.flv)

Uncle Ben
06-05-2009, 02:14 AM
I miss my Trxus! New BFG's are evil and I need to see an Exorcist! Nice vid David!

sleeoffroad
06-05-2009, 07:21 AM
Nice Vid. However I hope you carry a spare birf. That loading up when you were half way up is what always tend to break them.

Nay
06-05-2009, 10:52 AM
Nice Vid. However I hope you carry a spare birf. That loading up when you were half way up is what always tend to break them.

I carry two spares. Did not mean to get on that line like that, could have busted plenty when it started really pulling sideways.

Did make for good vid, though... :hill:

Nay
06-05-2009, 10:55 AM
I miss my Trxus! New BFG's are evil and I need to see an Exorcist! Nice vid David!

Yes, you do!

nakman
06-05-2009, 11:13 AM
Sweet vid, Nay! Your 80 is definitely bigger, lighter...... and greener.. :)

AxleIke
06-05-2009, 11:25 AM
I wonder if those would fit on 0 inches of lift and a 4runner? LOL :D

Awesome vid!

UB is luring me to the dark side of Truxus. I just picked up some 16's and am thinking about getting a set for my next tires....

nakman
06-05-2009, 11:30 AM
UB is luring me to the dark side of Truxus. I just picked up some 16's and am thinking about getting a set for my next tires....

They are definitely fun to wheel, Isaac, that's for sure. Can be difficult to balance which is their only downside, IMO. But hey if you can wait about a year I'm sure Nay will be going to 40's and he'll give you a good deal on those 37's! :D

AxleIke
06-05-2009, 11:52 AM
Thats what I've heard Tim. UB has me all but convinced.

As for Nay's tires, that would be quite a sight: Isaac's 4 runner has to drive on the shoulder everywhere it goes because the tires are so big the hamsters under the hood can't make it go faster than 10mph.

Nay
06-05-2009, 12:42 PM
Thats what I've heard Tim. UB has me all but convinced.

As for Nay's tires, that would be quite a sight: Isaac's 4 runner has to drive on the shoulder everywhere it goes because the tires are so big the hamsters under the hood can't make it go faster than 10mph.

Get the Trxus, Interco now recommends inflation to 65 PSI where you leave them like that for 24 hours (so I've heard on the 24 hour thing, Interco doesn't say that, but I put it up on jackstands for a day just the same because others have been happy doing it).

Coming back from Moab this year my wife drove for 4 hours, and she said "it's driving like a dream at high speed". I could hardly get her out of the drivers seat.

I cannot tell any difference onroad 37's to 35's. The 37's may actually be even quieter. Now offroad is another story :D

Seriously, though, :Princess: actually compared it to driving our luxo minivan. What else can you say?