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Just got these today, thought I'd share for anyone that was curious how they look. Tires are 285/45/22 Bridgestone Alenzas.



 

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Looking good! I run the chrome skitch with a larger AT tire and smaller wheel....easy to clean...I wanted the black, but it just wouldn't look right with my bumpers and bars.
 

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Drop it!!
 

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Looking good! I run the chrome skitch with a larger AT tire and smaller wheel....easy to clean...I wanted the black, but it just wouldn't look right with my bumpers and bars.
Thanks! Yeah I'm also looking forward to a wheel that's easy to clean.

Drop it!!
I actually would like to, I just am not ready to hear all the "how could you lower a 4x4, that's sacrilegious..."
 

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How could you put 22's and street tires on a 4x4?

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337
 

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I had those Alenza's on my Lexus RX and Highlander AWD's in Colorado - that is a GREAT tire in all weather conditions. Not an off-road tire, but great on road all weather.
 

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You need to drag frame, wheels look good
Thanks, what do you mean by drag frame?


I had those Alenza's on my Lexus RX and Highlander AWD's in Colorado - that is a GREAT tire in all weather conditions. Not an off-road tire, but great on road all weather.
Yeah I'm getting set in my ways, I only buy Bridgestone these days. Surveys and tread pattern were good on tire rack, and I've been happy with it too.
 
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