I am getting ready to get new tires for my truck, staying with 31x10.50x15s
but ditching my Crapyear RT/S and getting back to my Courser MTs.
Now, what I want to know is what is the easiest way to give my torsions a
crank? I dont want to max them just get some stiffness back in the front of
my DAK. Its all stock, brand new shocks and just kinda sways a bit when I
hit a bump.
Also, what size lug nuts(thread etc.) do I need. I run without the center
caps on the 15x6 steel rims and am planning on replacing them with full
acorns to make lug removal replacement a heck of lot easier with the "muddy"
truck season approaching.
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'95 Ext Cab 3.9L Mag 4x4 Flame Red
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