: reminder: check/change your wheel bearings



slimm44
11-11-04, 12:31 AM
this is especially directed to you guys with big heavy rims or, in my case, tires. :contract:

edit: damn swear filter. replace the asterisks with the F word and copy paste them into your browser.
http://slimm44.home.comcast.net/****1.jpg
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99 SKALAID
11-11-04, 12:57 AM
**** that sucks :helpless:

i loooove your truck

slimm44
11-11-04, 01:07 AM
what really sucks about it is that i was going 60mph at the time.

thanks man.

hcvone
11-11-04, 08:19 AM
Common problem with big wheels and tires for many off roaders with newer trucks :(

Sycosis
11-11-04, 02:47 PM
Common problem with big wheels and tires for many off roaders with newer trucks :(

Yeah, newer trucks just are not made to handle big wheels/tires for very long. Your going to start hearing about this more and more. The difference is weight from stock is the major reason this happens.

hcvone
11-11-04, 02:58 PM
:yeah: :yeah:

99 SKALAID
11-11-04, 10:36 PM
what really sucks about it is that i was going 60mph at the time.

thanks man.


dammmmmn any other damage to the truck like the tire rubbing on the fender or anything??

slimm44
11-11-04, 10:55 PM
there was a little fender damage, nothing i cant straighten out and add a little paint to.
here's all the pics of the damage (the site was down yesterday so i couldn't link to it)
http://www.gmfullsize.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14144

T_Dogg8
11-12-04, 09:52 AM
wow man. that sucks. all fixable at least.