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    1. okysmokey911
      I got my wheels off of a tahoe. They come standard on those cars and are 17 inch rims. They look a lot better than the stock k1500 rims.
    2. Jimbo74
      i put the Top Gun Customz 2.5" levelin kit on, and no i didnt raise the back up any, im runnin 295/70/r17s
    3. 2wheelmudder
      i got a 3" performance accessories body and 2" spring spacers off a store on ebay
    4. jmckee6
      Ok cool. Someone said that to change the keys you need a gear puller or something....? Whats involved with changing the keys out?

      How much did the add-a-leaf raise the back? When you get a picture up let me know.
    5. redneckarmyMP
      sure no problem.in that picture all i had done was change out the torsion keys with keys from rough country.it was a fairly easy job to do and the keys really didnt cost that much.heres the website i used and they were easy to deal with and shipped fast

      the front ended up going higher than i though it would so instead of backing the bolts out to bring it down i put add-a-leafs in the rear and it evened it all out perfectly..unfortunaly i dont havent taken any pictures of the entire set up yet
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    1999 K1500 Ext Cab, Short Box
    5.7L 350, K&N CAI
    Mangnaflow Cat-back True Duals
    Tuff Country 2.5" Lift w/AAL's
    VVME 35w 4300K HID's (Low)
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