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Old 06-24-2010, 04:55 PM
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Quick tease pics of new mods

i decided that a leveling kit wasn't enough and went up to a icon 4.5" and went with some bmf wheels. I was waiting for 20x10's but with them still 4 weeks out i ordered a set of 20x9's. I really like the fit of the 20x9's after all. the rear is a little low as i still got the factory block due to a mix up with my rear blocks that will be fixed next week. kit went on pretty easy and only took me 3 hrs or so and rides great. heres a few quick pics until i get the rear done and cleaned up. EDIT Pg 4 has pics of rear blocks installed!
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Old 06-24-2010, 05:24 PM
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The truck looks awesome!! I can't wait to see it with the correct rear blocks!!
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looks good
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Looks sharp!
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Did you just order the 4.5" kit, minus the shocks? From what I see, the shocks in the leveling kit and the 4.5 kit are the same part numbers.

If thats what you did, what was the cost if you don't mind me asking.

I have the 2.5 Icon and wondered how much it would cost to upgrade in the future.

Thanks in advance! Truck looks sweet!
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Old 06-25-2010, 05:19 AM
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Did you just order the 4.5" kit, minus the shocks? From what I see, the shocks in the leveling kit and the 4.5 kit are the same part numbers.

If thats what you did, what was the cost if you don't mind me asking.

I have the 2.5 Icon and wondered how much it would cost to upgrade in the future.

Thanks in advance! Truck looks sweet!
i had to order new front shocks due to the ones in the leveling kit are 2" to short. and they have two different part #'s 6-7500 for the leveling kit and 6-7510 for the 4.5" kit. the rear shock are the same for both kits.

I had to order rad arm drop brackets, 4.5" springs, front box kit, front springs and rear blocks. I got 5.5" PMF blocks on the way. I had a adj track bar already and the icon rear shocks are good to 6" in lift. It cost me an extra 1100.00 to order what i needed for the front. not including my rear block set up, plan on 250-300 more for rear blocks and u-bolts depending on what kind of blocks you get.
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Old 06-25-2010, 07:22 AM
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Definitely like the look better now. I'm digging the BMF's.
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looks killer!!
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looks great
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much better man
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