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Old 09-09-2011, 09:18 PM   #1
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Default Hawaiian style tundra... tamiya high lift


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Old 09-10-2011, 01:20 AM   #2
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Buggah is animo. What is that? Two 1.9 Flat Irons glued together? Thats the most realistic stretch i seen yet. 2.2 Mayhem wheels?

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btw, nice screen name cuz. hahahahaha.

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Old 09-10-2011, 02:26 AM   #4
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I like the rims and tires! Mean! Tundra looks good.
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Old 09-10-2011, 02:33 AM   #6
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haha... thanks bros... not alot of people get my screen name... ahahaha.

yup i only run mayhem engineering!

the crazy ones are super custom one off set i got made. regular 1.9 flat irons stretched... was uber fun mounting them!

last pic of the beadlocks are from top to bottom

1.9 slammerz
1.9 trail shooters
1.9 buck shots (custom 16 hole rings with slammerz rings)
1.9 buck shots (super custom width/off set, 16 hole with slammerz rings)
1.9 trail shooters (slammerz rings)

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Old 09-10-2011, 03:07 AM   #7
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Rim Whore!!! Hahaha, nah joke. Sick collection of rims!!! Now we gotta go trail run em. Lmk when you like go test em. Shoots Pare
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ahaha... lil mentohz on the whoring beadlocks... I think I'm good on rc's for now gotta build my 240... I sampled em at spocom... hyper drift track and where were you?!
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Brah dose rims is sick glad dan at mayhem was able to help you out and thx for supporting mayhem! Best beadlocks to date. I was gonna have a wide set mad made but decided against it. Looks sick tho. Good job man. In december ill be returning to the islands and hosting a scale comp. Ur welcome to come.
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Nice truck man like how you did the tires
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Old 09-11-2011, 01:55 PM   #12
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thanks guys... yup its hawaii style haha... the tundra is the street/trail truck and i gotta finish the chevy thats the leaf sping scrambler/beater.

do i qualify as team mayhem engineering too? ahaha
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Old 09-11-2011, 04:47 PM   #13
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Cheee....straight hayn style! Looks mean, nice chevy also.
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Old 11-01-2011, 07:20 PM   #14
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so ive always wondered how the hawaiian tire stretch got started? what's the purpose of stretching the tires?
(i'm talking 1:1 here, not rc)
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B'cuz us hawaiians are short. Too tall a tire and we can't get in the rig. Hahahahaha.

Thats a good question though. I'll do some digging around.
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Just a thought but since drifting and jdm imports are a big thing here, a lotta cars stretch tires, so I think maybe they took the idea and used it for their trucks. I think it's only for looks too cause god knows wheeling a truck with tires like that is just a debead waiting to happen
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thanks guys... yup its hawaii style haha... the tundra is the street/trail truck and i gotta finish the chevy thats the leaf sping scrambler/beater.

do i qualify as team mayhem engineering too? ahaha
First off, that's sick, and do you mind sharing the specs on the rim width? I bought a hilux to do the exactly the same thing, might have the old skool alcoas made
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Just a thought but since drifting and jdm imports are a big thing here, a lotta cars stretch tires, so I think maybe they took the idea and used it for their trucks. I think it's only for looks too cause god knows wheeling a truck with tires like that is just a debead waiting to happen
The tire strech thing dates back before drifting at least in hawaii,your talking late 80's? maybe even earlier?
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The tire strech thing dates back before drifting at least in hawaii,your talking late 80's? maybe even earlier?
I remember seeing stretched tires on mini trucks back in the mid 80's here in So. Cal.
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The tire strech thing dates back before drifting at least in hawaii,your talking late 80's? maybe even earlier?[/QUOTE]


Drifting has been around longer than the late 80s
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