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Your 285's in the rear, would you say they are either flush w/ the rear fender, poke out a little or tucked?

I am trying to decide between 285-40-22's or 305-35-22's ???

I would like my tires to be either flush or poke out a little..
I would say the 285s are flush to maybe just a tad tucked. I do most of my driving in highway/city conditions and so far the ride has been great.

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I would say the 285s are flush to maybe just a tad tucked. I do most of my driving in highway/city conditions and so far the ride has been great.

Ok, thanks. I'll look over more pics and decide soon...
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awesome look!!

How much is the paint work? I'm thinking to do the same.....
That really depends on where you live and what shop you take it to. After going through it all, I would have just wrapped the entire vehicle. The cost is the same and you have the options to do any color combo you'd like.
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Ok, thanks. I'll look over more pics and decide soon...
Good luck! Let me know if you have any more questions
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Nice build so far.....Summit is looking really good!
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That really depends on where you live and what shop you take it to. After going through it all, I would have just wrapped the entire vehicle. The cost is the same and you have the options to do any color combo you'd like.
Do you think gloss white vinyl would match the paint on the jeep?
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nice! I intent to tint my car window currently
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Do you think gloss white vinyl would match the paint on the jeep?
A good print shop shouldn't have a problem with this.
They can use a spectrometer to take a reading of the color, and that spectrometer will spit out a Pantone CMYK equivalence.
They can then take that equivalence, plug it into their pre-press and produce a file, which is then sent to the RIPstation.
If their printers have machine-specific calibration in the RIP, they should be able to produce something very, very close to the target. A little more correction at that point should give you something as close as is humanly possible.
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nice! I intent to tint my car window currently
Go for it! It's inexpensive and looks great. Even though here in VA it's illegal, I still tint the front windows to match the rears and it only cost about $100. Keeps her much cooler in the summer as well.
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Just picked up an aFe Power 77-16204 Sprint Booster (Non-CARB Compliant) which is my next mod. Going to install it this weekend. Pick it up on Amazon,
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013JL6X5M..._8g.jxbXCSB921 after reading through this tread Sprint booster
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Just picked up an aFe Power 77-16204 Sprint Booster (Non-CARB Compliant) which is my next mod. Going to install it this weekend. Pick it up on Amazon,
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013JL6X5M..._8g.jxbXCSB921 after reading through this tread Sprint booster
Update: Any of you guys thinking about getting the SB, I highly recommend it! You can definitely feel a difference in the response when you step on the pedal! A lot of guys here on the forum say its improved their MPG too but I haven't had it on long enough so I'll have to wait and see.
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