Well I hope that everyone has and will enjoy the remainder of the holidays. I decided to take a little vacation time and go visit my grandparents...and ran into a couple problems. First off, when you rotate your tires, make sure you check your lug nut studs for wear also. I found this out the hard way, while driving down Interstate five from Redding to Chino, Ca. I made it about 100 miles North of Bakersfield when my truck felt like I lost all balance in the front end. Ahh to my suprise when I pulled over and checked, to find not one, but two studs missing off the drivers front of my truck. Another hint to anyone with a 4x4 Ram with 3 inches of lift and 35s, if you have all that plastic stuff on your front bumper, you can put a Hi-lift jack in the little section by where the fog lights go (it doesn't bend much), also, a 48 inch jack will not jack up the truck in the front, buy a bigger one, or improvise. I used an old ammo can. Also, those alloy rims (light and durable) are like butter when you are missing two studs. Lucky for me I had a spare on a steel rim. Please learn from my mistake, check your new lug nuts also after you have changed your wheels. I thought they would match the stock ones...NO they did not, another reason to carry tools with you...Enjoy the Holidays! whoopee.