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Old 03-30-2010, 01:01 PM
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Lifted... and tires...and wheels

Ok guys... most of ya saw the before pics... here are the after pics... its a true 10inch Fabtech suspension lift that I was told isnt on the market yet.. maybe it is... i know I couldnt find it... so here they are... and enjoy!












Better pics this weekend just wanted to snap a few, will clean it up this weekend... and if you want to know what that amazing tire shine is... its arosol *spelling* easiet **** ever... just spray and go..> NO FLING at all!!!!!! its called Super SHine and you can only get it on the internet.. its a purple can
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Old 03-30-2010, 01:02 PM
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Oh and stock 18's tires and rims for sale... only 1,500 miles on them... 275x70x18 800 bucks... prefer local..
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Ahhh ****... and also... stock leaf springs and suspension parts there were replaced for sale as well
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Old 03-30-2010, 01:16 PM
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Looks awesome man.. did you do the install yourself? Fabtech makes good stuff, you'll be pleased with it. Now its time for some exhaust! Lol
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Old 03-30-2010, 01:19 PM
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Lift doesnt void engine warrenty... exhaust for whatever reason does... and no I had a local shop do the install... all they do is buy trucks, lift them, and sell them... so I was comfortable with them lol
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Ya its stupid how exhaust voids warranty.. Do you mind if I ask how much you paid for the fabtech 10"? Did the kit come with like 6" lift rear springs and the rest block, or full 10" leafs
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what size tires?
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Lift doesnt void engine warrenty... exhaust for whatever reason does... and no I had a local shop do the install... all they do is buy trucks, lift them, and sell them... so I was comfortable with them lol
thatsn ot 100% true.... a lift can void your warranty....

if for some reason something went wrong with the trans or the engine they can say that the extra stress of oversize tires put extra strain on the trans or the engine causing it to fail....

trust me i have heard of it happen before.. if the dealership wants to find a reason they can and will... and legally they can be right and you would have to prove that the larger tires or lift didnt cause the failure

-Raul
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what size tires?
38x15.50
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Truck looks great....so does the bike
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