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Finally was able to take some pictures of the pickup with the new wheels and tires. After tons of money and problems getting the tires balance and align (tire shop issues), it came out ok in the long end.

Some brief info. I have the Cognito leveling kit with the upgrades idler and pitman system. I have the 20 inch Eagle 114 and 305/55 Toyo Open Country AT. The ride is ok, I am going back with regular street tires for better ride quality. The rig now has a mean stance!

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http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/leonfit/album?.dir=/9241re2
 

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Looks good. Remember if it was easy, everyones truck would be lifted on 37's.
 

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R1, so you think the Toyo A/T's ride rough? I've been considering a set of those on a 16" wheel.
 

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paoutdoorsman;1572715; said:
R1, so you think the Toyo A/T's ride rough? I've been considering a set of those on a 16" wheel.
The ride is gonna be a lot better on a 16'' wheel...more tire and sidewall to take the bumps.

I'm not a big fan of 20" but that looks pretty good. I'm gonna be running some 305's this summer also.
 

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paoutdoorsman;1572715; said:
R1, so you think the Toyo A/T's ride rough? I've been considering a set of those on a 16" wheel.
The Toyo AT is the the best riding tire i've owned to date, and that's on an 18" wheel.
 
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