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Does my durango look ok?

Hey guys just wanted some opinons i put some 22" rims and low profile tires on my durango nd just wanted sum feedback please be honest as it wont hrt my feelings.

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  • ragz2richez May 26, 2009

    please view the pics and let me know how it looks



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I think it would look pretty kool on 22's

Posted on May 26, 2009

  • jman415 May 26, 2009

    looks tight!! u aint gotta worry bout that



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