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Old January 31st, 2010, 08:13 PM   #41
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Yup I was the first one down it out of our group and to watch it change from to Jeep to Jeep was crazy. Glad I was first
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Old January 31st, 2010, 08:54 PM   #42
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Cool pics everyone!


And Jim, I like the 3-wheel shot, thats a cool pic!!

Paul, your jeep is beautiful!!!
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Old January 31st, 2010, 11:11 PM   #43
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some video that a friend got of are group
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Old January 31st, 2010, 11:27 PM   #44
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Unreal what a Crazy spot to wheel
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Old February 1st, 2010, 05:28 AM   #45
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Sorry Paul, Tab's so selfish. He wanted you to come because of your photography. On the other hand, I wanted you to come because you're a good guy to wheel with. The pics are a bonus.

RE video of Snofari, you've got a lot to edit. On the other hand, vids from yesterday are easy.
Tab is the only one who offered to video tape me with my camera. Thanks Tab:). And yes, you guys are a blast to wheel with, never any dull moments. Btw, thanks for the hi lift on reseating my tire, I have to solve that problem soon, 10 psi is way too much.
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Old February 1st, 2010, 07:44 AM   #47
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Tab is the only one who offered to video tape me with my camera. Thanks Tab:). And yes, you guys are a blast to wheel with, never any dull moments. Btw, thanks for the hi lift on reseating my tire, I have to solve that problem soon, 10 psi is way too much.
You could always do what I did, unless your worried about looking silly with 2 of your tires on backwards But if you carry a squirt gun with you and use it on people when they get to close you won't have any problems

Needless to say I never had a problem with mine all day at 6 psi
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Old February 1st, 2010, 08:18 AM   #48
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i know their not as blingy as walkers, or fancy beads, but i love my innerairs! i run all last fall, winter, and spring with em at 2-4 and never had a problem.
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i know their not as blingy as walkers, or fancy beads, but i love my innerairs! i run all last fall, winter, and spring with em at 2-4 and never had a problem.

Turns out it is not the rims, it is the Irok tires in the 17" center hole flavor, inside bead when on passenger side, keeping in mind they are directional, are slightly larger than outer bead. Therefore not staying seated.

I switched my tires on the passenger side and never had a problem at 6psi. I first discovered the issue while in Canada last fall when traversing a tight spot and already had Tab holding my cage with a strap to keep me from going over when both pasenger side Iroks burped all of their air out causing me to be even more off camber. Then ran with Paul a couple weeks later and he had the same problem with his Walker Evens, mine are High Impact, thats when decided to try and flip the tire around on the rim, so far so good.

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Old February 1st, 2010, 09:49 AM   #50
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had Tab holding my cage with a strap to keep me from going over when both pasenger side Iroks burped all of their air out causing me to be even more off camber.
We heard him scream from over a couple hundred feet. Actually, no, it was his wife that screamed. It was quite frustrating because Pat blew a passenger side bead something like 4 times that day. When he aired up enough to keep from popping a bead he struggled with traction.
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He should just get a set of beadlocks like mine and not have that problem


I know get a room
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Now that we are rooming together, which beadlocks do you have?
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Now that we are rooming together, which beadlocks do you have?






Hutchinson Beadlocks (inner and outter) at 3PSI

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Old February 1st, 2010, 04:53 PM   #54
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Are those what is one the later model humvee's? I saw those saturday and was trying to figure it out. I really like having my double beadlocks (H1's) but would like to switch it up and go to 17's. Are those only 16.5's?
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Are those what is one the later model humvee's? I saw those saturday and was trying to figure it out. I really like having my double beadlocks (H1's) but would like to switch it up and go to 17's. Are those only 16.5's?
I could be wrong, but i think those are 16" rims. I was looking at a set for my cherokee before I got rid of it.
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I'm not getting rid of the Walker Evans

I didn't have any problems when I was running the km2's. And so far the only problem has been with the passenger side tires.
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I'm not getting rid of the Walker Evans

I didn't have any problems when I was running the km2's. And so far the only problem has been with the passenger side tires.
If you like the Iroks, just turn them around on the passenger side. I've been running mine backwards since last summer. Hardly anyone's even noticed.
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They are 16" rims. I like the look of them
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If you like the Iroks, just turn them around on the passenger side. I've been running mine backwards since last summer. Hardly anyone's even noticed.
Aren't they directional for a reason?
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Aren't they directional for a reason?
Yeah, so people like you put them on wrong.:sonicja y:
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