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Got my new tires Today.....

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Bunky
Well I got my new bar treads from Tirenet.com... Put them on and mowed the front yard today... I was really surprised that they seemed to work great, they didn't cut up my yard and when I turned before with the turf tires in spots it used to spin.... I think I will put the bartreads on more of my tractors......and they even look good..... [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/BUNKY/7016H.JPG[/img]

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Bunky
Yep thats My 2001 Silverado 2500HD 6.0 litre, automatic,Flowmaster exhaust,K&N filter and next week it's getting a Cowl induction hood..... I even mounted the tires my self with one of those harbor freight small tire changers.....

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Yep,looks good Bunky... BTW,are you gonna put AC orange deck stripes on that cowl induction hood for the Chevy?Looks like they would match the front licence plate...

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