'bout time someone dogs on my mud flaps:gayfight: I figured I'd catch flack immediately when I posted pics of my truck. Surprisingly, it took a while.:rofl2: I bet my rockers are in better shape than yours and my truck stays clean a little longer. Oh well, I'm an old guy compared to most of you anyway. I can take the heat for my "grandpa" mudflaps....gay mud guards...
I had Revo's on my '94 (bought it with them), they were about 1/2 tread, I loved them, did awesome in the snow and sand, didn't play too much in mud with them but the little I did do, I didn't get stuck, I'd highly recommend them.....after I put my 285's on, I gave them to dad to put on his 2wd Dodge, and he's still running them a year later, great tread wearNow, with that all figured out..... What would look better with my lift on 16x8s? 285s or 305s? I'm looking at Helo Maxx 6 rims with Revos or Dick Cepek F-C IIs. The Revos only come in 285s. Is the F-C II a little too agressive looking for my truck with that wheel?
That's another reason I prefer a 16x8.id do 305s on stockers i like the tires to set under the truck..
Unless you can point me to something I like better. This truck is street driven 99% of the time. Therefore, I'm looking for an all-terrain tire that has a little more aggressive look. Got some ideas?...oh and are those the only two tires you are considering?