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Old 02-11-2007, 10:18 AM
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Which lift...

Should I go 6 or 8 inches... i know it's up to me. but is there a reason to go 2 more inches, the prices are pretty much the same. so it's up to what i would like to see. i know you can fit 38s on either size, but which would look better?

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Old 02-11-2007, 10:35 AM
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if you can fit 38's with the 6" and no rubbing id go with that, the bigger ya go and the tires stay the same the smaller they look, 6" with 38s would be sweet
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go with the 8" lift if you go with the 6" your going to wish you went with the eight,and i have an 06 ,and no you cannot put 38" on a 6" they do fit pretty nice on the 8".take a look at my garage 8"lift with 38"
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bro! your rig looks SWEEEEEET! i think that'll change my mind. and also- thanks for using the banner i made. much appreciated!


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nice truck djordan! i need more lift!
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Old 02-11-2007, 08:27 PM
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6" would be awesome but what do I know?
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i think it all depends on what you use your truck for.... me im a contractor so i cant go too high or its a pain in the butt to load and unload material... if you dont use your truck for work then def. go the 8"... you will regret going smaller if you go with a 6"... what type of lift are you getting?
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Thanks for the comp.
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