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Hi, one of my friends sent me this site a few days ago... some very good info on here

Anyway, I'm Thomas and heres a few pics of my new toy



this is when i 1st bought her, since then i've buffed her to a wet shine (paint is in perfect cond.) and put a cd player and new speakers in it.

I do have a few Q's. Where can i find the little interior light covers? and whats the biggest size tires i can put on it without rubbing?
 

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hey thats a very nice looking RC, how about pics of the inside...

sorry, i really don't know the answer to your question, but it seems like your RC is low, so you might not be able to go with anything bigger.....someone else might have a better answer than me though

welcome to the site!{cool}
 

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MoPaR MaNiaC 79RC said:
it does look a little low, but those runniong boards play tricks on your eyes. how are your springs? if both have some arch in them you could fit mild 33's as long as there not to wide or luggy
will 33s really fit on a 2x...least it looks like a 2x. I'm just wondering because i could just barely fit 33s on my 4x4
 

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i have seen 33s put on a stock 89 rc but it was 4wd.dont know about 2 wh. those running boards do make them look much lower. that was the first thing i got rid of on mine.that trucks looks nice tho.
 

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The 86 I'm getting is that low or lower. It looks like someone put a 2/4 lowering kit on it. It's bone stock though. Looks good man, you don't see one that clean every day!!,,,, Cruisin
 

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Generally a 4X4 RC will allow 32s with no rubbing. Lots of people seem to run 33s but odds are they rub under full articulation.

For a pavement pounder 33s might fit, otherwise 32s are a safe choice. I dont know about 2wd RCs (no one runs 2wd around here!)
 
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