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Old 10-20-2010, 07:59 PM
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Finally Installed! 2.5" Readylift/ 4" Rear Block! Finished Pics added!

well finally decided to just install it myself. would have been nice havin an extra set of hands. all in all went smooth. well except once my wife got home and i had to stop to eat dinner with her.

2.5" Ready Lift in front . New 4" rear blocks

20x10 Rockstars with 5" backspacing and -24 offset(no rubbing at all)
35x12.5 Mickey Thompson MTZ

also took off the ole PawPaw factory runiing boards.

will give her a bath in the moring and take some good pics of the truck and hooked up to her shadow(8.5x18 with 2' vnose enclosed trailer)

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back done



bye bye running boards


Finished





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looks good, but damn them 35s look small...
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Good job! How far do the wheels stick past the wells?
Chris
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Yeah, those tires do look small. The rims look like 22's? Looks nice though..
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so you didnt raise the truck for the lift and blocks? just one side at a time?
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tht last pic looks weird for some reason

i think it was the way i was parked in the street
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so you didnt raise the truck for the lift and blocks? just one side at a time?
i did the back first. then i did the front
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looks great ... better pics please
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news pics added!!
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If you dont mind me asking? how long did the front take you to install, i have a kit coming and want to try to install it myself but am not sure exactly how to do it. I know its not to tough but on the other hand i dont want to jack something up?
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