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I'm a lucky dude.

Discussion in 'SC- Upstate Cruisers' started by tabraha, Jul 30, 2005.

  1. tabraha

    tabraha Hello My Name is: TAD SILVER Star

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    So I got my swampers on the Lexus. (Sounds funny doesn't it :D ) Figured I'd share the joy with you guys. Here's why I'm lucky though: My wife LOVES them!!!! She's so cool about this stuff. She's even ready for it to get sliders next! (once I explained what they were and how they would be even better than the factory frunning boards. :flipoff2:

    I was trying to get swampered and slidered in time to jump on the tellico run but looks like I won't be able to buy sliders in time. I'm not gonna go until I get sliders. :( Anyhow, here's a couple pics of the LX on 34x10.50 TSL's.
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  2. clemson55

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    Looks good, can't wait to see some sliders on that thing out on a trail ride.
     
  3. Capt. Jim

    Capt. Jim

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    Tires look good. I love that SC mud on them. I have a spot on my driveway here in Florida that is that color from washing my trucks upon my return from the Upstate. Little bit of SC in my back yard. :grinpimp:
     
  4. ClemsonCruiser

    ClemsonCruiser SILVER Star

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    That is how they should have come from the factory............ nice
     
  5. Hard40

    Hard40

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    Looks Good! I'm green. Sliders are definitely necessary at Tellico.