You are way overthinking this. Check your tire pressures, your oil level, top off the washer fluid, stop at Arthur Bryants to bring some bbq for whoever your visiting, and drive to Denver. You have a 0.2% chance of getting a flat.kstatenupe said:Details...Currently running 22' Chrome Redbourne Dukes with Yoko Tires. Will be going form Kansas City KS to Denver. I-70 is decent as far as road condition.
I do not have a full size spare Stock or 22. I have the stock nuts on my truck. Didnt get anything after market.
So what happens if I blow one of my 22's and I have to put on a stock 19?
Just to be clear...Im not concerned with blowing a tire than busting a rim.
What price tag should I be looking at for a single stock rim. I might pick up another duke as well.
Can you tell I'm a rookie at this???
Fyi, he's in the Guiness Book of World Records for longest road trip on 22's.cavincosters said:It sounds really strange that how can someone wearing such an odd size of 22" can travel on a road for so long? It is still unbelievable.
Speaking of...is it just me or are the posts on this forum getting stranger lately?Drevs said:
It our new generation of manual spammers. They throw up three or four generic posts that make no sense then add or change their siggy to a spam link. :roll:gooseyloosey said:Speaking of...is it just me or are the posts on this forum getting stranger lately?
Its like "One Flew Over the RRS Forum" around here.
You guys do realize this thread is a year old and was just spammed back to life? `)DoubleRsport said:What are you going to be doing in Denver? Just asking cause that's where I live lol. You'll be fine, I've made 2 trips to Phoenix and back from Denver (about 900 miles each way) without a problem