These are great. This guy definitely has the best looking fender flares of the big 41" SRW trucks I've seen. It's a bit more than I'm going to tackle with mine though I'm pretty sure I'm going to be hitting a lot of trees and bushes with my plastic fender flares so it's probably not such a bad thing that mine as a little simpler.Have you checked out the Everlander build blog on YouTube?
They went way over the top on the build complexity but you might find some useful info as they did instal engine heater system and large SRW wheels. They also upgraded front clip to some off-road/ Baja Fiberglass components to cover the front wheels
The one I got was $150 and it had most of the tread remaining. I got to go dig through the tires they had and pick one I liked. They quoted me $565 for a new one, but I opted for the $150 used one for for my spare.How used are the MPT 81's and what were they worth? In Canada they're $700.00 a tire new and no used ones around.
Caveat emptor! Sounds like David Little is back from the dead. There are lots of folks who have reported poor results with this gentleman. (Google is your friend.)I've been trying to get a spare wheel put together, but I keep running into problems. First DBL Design sent me the wheel but forgot the studs and O-right, then they sent me the wrong studs which I'm still trying to resolve with them. They've been a difficult company to work with but they do seem like quality wheels and they're DOT legal, which was really important to me. ...
I talked with 1st attack over the phone several times. They're pretty responsive but they're 20x11 and I was really wanting 20x10 and that DOT cert.I'm going with 1st attack wheels on my 550
I called DBL first but they're not making the 8 bolt pattern I need anytime soon. Not sure how long "anytime soon is" but that was 6 months ago.