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    Hey, where you been, it's been too long and you need to come back!
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    this is a 1500 right?
    i have a 3" body lift and wanted to put 6" suspension lift but people are telling me that 9" of lift will make the tires look to small. but i am liking the look of yours. take a look at my truck and tell me if it would look good with 9" lift 35s and 16" wheels
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    Merry christmas!
  4. I didn't have to trim at all.
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    Hey, i have found a bds 6 in lift now and im thinkin im going to get it soon. When you put yours on did you have to do any trimming to fit the 35s on?
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    Hey man, travel safe coming back from Iraq. Looks like I may be headed back there early next year.
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    Hey man thanks for all the advice on the life and gear questions i had, it help'd out alot
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    just go ahead and get the warn 15000, you will never need that much but you have it if you do! My father has one on his grill guard and a trailer hitch mounted one, but he drives an 08 ford(traiter)
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    SO i've determined you have about 100 times more experience with lifted trucks than i do. I had a 96 dodge ram before i got my 08 chevy and it sat pretty high already.. I have the 08 LTZ 5.3 4x4 I don't want to lift it too much because i'm not a serious off-road enthusiest.. (I just don't want to get stuck when responding to fire calls in my town) ... I only planned on a 2" tuff country suspension lift (spacers in the front add-a-leafs in the rear) i figure 33's would be a good tire to go with but what about 34.5's? I wanted toyo M/T's but can't get them in 33's without being too wide... stock tires are p275/55/R20 do you think LT275/65/R20 E10's would fit with just a 2" lift?
  10. 14.50s will wear equally as bad on the front. You'd have to run a wider rim and the wider tire makes the steering components and the IFS work harder.

    I've been in the Army for almost 12 years now.
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Fairbanks, AK


2005 Chevy Silverado Z71 in Black

6" BDS Suspension Lift | 3" BDS Body Lift |17" Rock Crawler Stellies | 35" Cooper STTs | 4.56 Yukon Gears | AirAid CAI and TBS | Flowmaster 40s | HyperPAC Programmer

2001 TJ Sahara in Sienna

3.5" RE Suspension Lift | 33x12.50 Baja MTZs | D30/44 | ROKMEN Merc Front Bumper | Warn Rockcrawler Rear w/ Carrier | Warn M8000 Winch


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