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Old 06-05-2007, 06:32 PM
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New 6" Pro-Comp lift/20" wheel package

Hey guys, I just got my truck back from MSP Performance in Frederick MD.
They did a great job. I got the Pro-Comp 6" stage 2 lift kit with radius arms. Pro-Comp Dual steering stablizer, 20"x10" Moto Metal wheels, and 35" x 12.5 Nitto Mud Grapplers. She's a beast!


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Old 06-05-2007, 06:37 PM
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looks real nice man, i have the 6'' pro comp also, i really like it. have had it since i bought the truck and have had zero issues with it.
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Old 06-05-2007, 06:44 PM
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looks real nice man, i have the 6'' pro comp also, i really like it. have had it since i bought the truck and have had zero issues with it.
Good to hear Rob. They told me to re-torque the radius arms after 100 miles to 250ft lbs. Did you do that? I'll need a breaker bar on my torque wrench, lol...
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looks killer man
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Old 06-06-2007, 03:06 AM
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Good to hear Rob. They told me to re-torque the radius arms after 100 miles to 250ft lbs. Did you do that? I'll need a breaker bar on my torque wrench, lol...

No i didnt, they had me bring it back after a week or so to have everything, not just the radius arms , retorqued. i would do the same if i were you, not that you couldnt do it yourself, i figure if they installed it they should retorque it for you.
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Nice rig!!!!
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Good lookin rig
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WOW, congrats on the goodies!
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No i didnt, they had me bring it back after a week or so to have everything, not just the radius arms , retorqued. i would do the same if i were you, not that you couldnt do it yourself, i figure if they installed it they should retorque it for you.
Thanks fellas. I would take it back, but they're like 1.5 hrs away, so its a bit easier if I just do it.
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Looks good but I have a question. Why so much lift for just 35's? It might be personnal preference but I think very minimal lift with as big a tire as I can fit looks so much better.
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