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    Pulled My front Fenders

    So I pulled my front fenders for my clearance. I am going to attempt to run a 255 tire next season....

    Nothing special, but I thought I would share the video I put together as we did it.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRBsHzSXkqY

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    I have a difficult time with 245/40/17 tires on bumps and what-not, don't see how 255 will be pulled off!! Props on giving it a shot though

    Side note- hows your paint after the rolling/pulling?

    "As I lay rubber down to street, I pray for traction I can keep. But if I spin and begin to slide, please oh please protect my ride."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Si Speed 317 View Post
    I have a difficult time with 245/40/17 tires on bumps and what-not, don't see how 255 will be pulled off!! Props on giving it a shot though

    Side note- hows your paint after the rolling/pulling?


    Paint is still perfect and fine. We made sure to keep good check on paint temperatures and took our time... Yeah 255 might be overkill and 245 is sounding better the more I've been digging into it.

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    Pre and post pics??

    Also your vids pump me up lol.
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    Nice work on shaping the fender flares. It's good that you demonstrated that checking on the paint temperature is important.

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