Thought you guys might like to see this. Thanks Rich for you help.
Alot of the CORR Guys run those crazy offset front rims and standard offset rear rims. I think it has to do with the trackwidth requirements. They can run longer A-arms and still maintain track width....I think!Hemp_Motorsports said:wonder why it ahs different rims on?
Could have been when I shrunk the pic to fit on the thread. I received a huge photo of this, too big to post.curtnrod19 said:check out how chopy all the logos are on it. if it aint a fake then i guess just not a good pic at all. but the truck looks cool.... ive been working with photoshop now for 5+ years and it just looks a little weird to me.....
It cracks me up to read all of the anonymous posts on some of the off-road forums currently on the internet. Everyone always has such bold opinions when they don't sign their name. I (this is Jenn, by the way) just thought I clear up a few misconceptions about the new Pro-2. Funny that I sent the photo out to a select list of people and somehow it ends up posted in these chat forums, but I digress. That's a-whole-nother Oprah. It's not a Photoshopped image. I know enough about Photoshop to hurt myself, but I'm flattered that some people think I can create an entire truck out of nothing. The image is directly from a camera and was taken at a weeklong media event for Nissan in a rock quarry in Texas. It was an awesome event where invited media got to test stock Titans and Frontiers on a bitchin' off-road course (just ask Chad Hord and Art Schmitt...they were there too!). Carl even drove one of the stock Titans and is now a dyed-in-the-wool believer. It's definitely the best full-size pick up on the market. So, there you have it...straight from the horses mouth. It's a real truck, built from the ground up, by our guys, under the leadership of Mike Seat and all the decals are really on there. Can it really be true?! Yep. And it is. Still don't believe me? That's ok, you'll see it soon enough at Chula Vista. A great many thanks need to go out to all of the well wishers that posted words of praise and encouragement...we love that stuff. See ya trackside!