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I'm more confused about the aluminum rim on one steer tire while the other steer tire is mounted on steel. Unless the dealer is known for selling junk, it seems like they'd at least TRY to have matching rims on the truck.

When approaching a 4-way stop, the vehicle with the biggest tires has the right of way!
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This truck is in Wynne ,AR. which about an hour & half West of Me . Eastern Arkansas has a lot of Rice fields so yes my guess is this Western R Model was set up for Agricultural work possibly in the rice fields .

as I have seen this kind of setup before on farm trucks w/ floats on the steer axle & super singles on the drives in Arkansas & Ms deltas .

& yes I agree this truck should not be exported .

:mack1: :

You Cant Fix Stupid. But You Can Numb It With A Sledgehammer. :loldude:

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I stopped and looked at that truck the other day. It's right down the road from my girlfriend's house. There's six r models and one dm there. They're all pretty rough, and it appears they all came from IL, by the lettering on the doors. The guys that have them are super nice and honest people, though.

Jake

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