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    My favorite TW angle

    Love the looks of a TW but they look even better from the back! Love that fat tire.
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    Yup.

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    Some of my favorite things in life look best from behind!

    There is an exception however. I am just in the process of setting up a new surround sound system with a new fancy receiver and all the other parts and pieces wired together. If you look at that from behind it is one of those OMG moments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    Some of my favorite things in life look best from behind!

    There is an exception however. I am just in the process of setting up a new surround sound system with a new fancy receiver and all the other parts and pieces wired together. If you look at that from behind it is one of those OMG moments.

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    Kind of like my computer station from the rear view.....you think "WTF am I gonna do when this thing crashes and I need to take it to the shop?"
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    Yah, great view lil' buddy.
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    Front views aren’t too shabby either as long as you are not showing a DeathWing tire and have a decent background.P1010162 2.jpgP1010458.JPG
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    Probably could make a lot of fun out of rear ender comments. The rear sticks up even further with an ATV tire mounted on the stock rim


    However, this rear end angle left a lasting impression
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