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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-10-2011, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
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Currently I'm running cut boggers but am thinking about going to IROKS. I was pretty set on the IROKS but the boggers have kinda been growing on me. Would you guys keep the boggers or go with the IROKS?

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Leave the boggers in the rear and put some grooved tsl's up front I hate the look but it works!
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Leave the boggers in the rear and put some grooved tsl's up front I hate the look but it works!
You cant even consider doing this....

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Leave the boggers in the rear and put some grooved tsl's up front I hate the look but it works!
x2 i miss my boggers bad..

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Mmm boggers

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Iroks. they are lighter, cost less and grip better.
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