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Old 09-04-2014, 03:59 PM
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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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How do you know those are 32" wheels? They don't look that big to me. I've seen full size SUVs with 26 and 28 inch wheels, and they look even bigger than those.

Certainly not my thing. I don't understand why people like these huge wheels. There is no performance benefit at all. Maybe they like a harsh ride and lower fuel economy??
It's a thug thing lol jk jk

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Sure i can be an ass for explaining my post instead of let it be made fun off, then yeah.

Your an ass for poking fun at one spelling error in a cars forum, that makes you the bigger person, good job.

Maybe next time i could write it to you in French, Spanish, Portuguese? Your choice since i can speak and write 4 languages, how about u? Just plain old 'merican?

Either way, going back to the point on a JK you can go as high as 35" tall tires or combination of rim and tires with out any suspension modification, just a lil trimming of inner fenders.

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I was trying to get a point across guy and since you wanna call me an ass how about i write that to you in them 4 different languages.
claiming to speak 4 different languages makes you out to be an ass and a know it all.

I dont care if you can fit a 50" inch wheel under it. There is some things you just dont do and this is one of em.

Oh and i can use google translate all day too and claim to speak multiple languages. Hows that for being an ass?
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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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Just caught this

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I see this all the time around the Twin Cities.
In fact, there is a car down the street from me with the 'stupid big' wheel/tire combination on it.
Almost looks like they are trying to go 'off roading' with the added height, but I don't think they would get very far with the tread on the tires.

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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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I was trying to get a point across guy and since you wanna call me an ass how about i write that to you in them 4 different languages.
claiming to speak 4 different languages makes you out to be an ass and a know it all.

I dont care if you can fit a 50" inch wheel under it. There is some things you just dont do and this is one of em.

Oh and i can use google translate all day too and claim to speak multiple languages. Hows that for being an ass?

Yeap you won, your the bigger ass.


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Re: 32" Wheels on stock suspension

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I see this all the time around the Twin Cities.
In fact, there is a car down the street from me with the 'stupid big' wheel/tire combination on it.
Almost looks like they are trying to go 'off roading' with the added height, but I don't think they would get very far with the tread on the tires.

For your continued amusement...
Look up 'dubs' on Google and go to images.

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