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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-08-2005, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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Does any one know the gear ratios for a stock 01 tacoma w/ manual tranny? Also has anybody out there ever had a set of ground hawg mud tires? Are they any good?
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Mods, this thread needs to be in the Newbie section.

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How long do I have to be labled as a newbie?
AS long as you ask newbie questions and don't use the search you're a newbie.

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Asking a question like that in the tech section makes you a noob.

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It's more fun to embarrass them publicly. I do have a reputation to uphold you know. LOL

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Oh yeah! Like you're one to talk.

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not to mention a low post count to pad
Bawahahahahahahaha.....

That only makes this thread worth reading.

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I need to catch up to you guys in a bad way, But I don't spend every hour on this board. Most of the time in here it's on work time. LOL

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O, that. I don't do that until the evenings

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So I used the search thing and did not find anything on Ground Hawg tires. So has anybody had them or know anything about them?
On a side note (oops is there a section set aside that I am supose to put side notes in) the reason I posted this in the tech section the first time was; I figured that nobody looks at the newbie section. Thus, my questions would not get answered.
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So I used the search thing and did not find anything on Ground Hawg tires. So has anybody had them or know anything about them?
On a side note (oops is there a section set aside that I am supose to put side notes in) the reason I posted this in the tech section the first time was; I figured that nobody looks at the newbie section. Thus, my questions would not get answered.
I've never heard of those tires. have you done a google search for writeups or comments from buyers? Most of us here stick with the known brands of off-road tires like BFG or Goodyear, etc.

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I googled it and one of the first things that popped up was an article about a tire recall on ground hawgs. Sidewall seperation, severe cracks in tread, good stuff like that. I think buckshots too. (Chris, buckshots and groundhawgs are redneck mud tires.) We use them a lot back home in TN. Cheap as dirt (at least buckshots are) but don't last for shit.

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