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Old 01-27-2018, 05:48 PM   #1
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Cepek Giant Pullers on 15x19 Real Wheels

I’ve got two Cepek Giant Pullers on 15x19 Real wheels that are used. Tires are 34x18-15 and the wheels are 6” backspace with a Rockwell 6 bolt pattern. I bought these off a guy, had them shipped to CM Pulling Tires in Indiana, and have since found tires that will better suit me. There’s still meat on these to be re-cut if desired, but I think they’re in decent shape. Tread depth is 0.370” all the way across. Price
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Old 01-28-2018, 09:15 AM   #2
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What does the roll out measure on them?
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Old 01-28-2018, 01:08 PM   #3
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Not sure of what the rollout is.....I was looking at another used set that were the same as these bit on 21” rims and they rolled out to ~109” at 25psi. I’m sure these are probably close to that.
 
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Bump.....$1150 plus the ride. Chad gets pretty good rates on shipping.
 
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Just so that I learn something new today....what the hell is "rollout" on a tire?
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Just so that I learn something new today....what the hell is "rollout" on a tire?
I believe "rollout" is sled puller slang for circumference.

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I believe "rollout" is sled puller slang for circumference.
Why can't the toothless SOB's just say "circumference?"




Is that measured with the truck weight on the tire, or unloaded tire off the vehicle? Or does it matter? Or does it always match?

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Why can't the toothless SOB's just say "circumference?"




Is that measured with the truck weight on the tire, or unloaded tire off the vehicle? Or does it matter? Or does it always match?
Listen here coon phucker. I have all my teeth!!!

You measure them so you can match them between the 2 tires on the front or rear plus you need a tire with a longer roll out on the front so it doesn't bind the driveline up. You typically measure them with 25 psi and off the truck. Different width wheels will change the roll out as well as how they are cut.


They use roll out because circumference sounds, well..........
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Listen here coon phucker. I have all my teeth!!!

You measure them so you can match them between the 2 tires on the front or rear plus you need a tire with a longer roll out on the front so it doesn't bind the driveline up. You typically measure them with 25 psi and off the truck. Different width wheels will change the roll out as well as how they are cut.


They use roll out because circumference sounds, well..........
I "KNEW" when I mentioned missing teef that Jeremy would come with a big stick.

Good info. I never thought that much about it, but that makes perfect sense. I see where the front need to pull a bit harder and the two sides need to match so it pulls straight. Never put that much thought into it. I lernt sumping!

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Lot of tire kickers up in dis mofo............
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That was kinda "punny," R. D.

They were already SOLD. I was just here for some learnin'. Get back in your bucket and cut some trees.
 
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No trees today, plowed snow all day yesterday, then it rained, now it's an ice skating rink out there.

I'm waiting on the damned ups driver to pick up the waffled steel roll pan I ordered, and for him to drop off an intact one.
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