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Old 07-01-2012, 07:38 AM
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New PMF Lift

So I bought me another 6.4 after rolling my black truck over....I drove it stock for a few months then called up Trevor for another lift. This is my second PMF lift...first was the big 20" airbag lift 4 link front and rear. It was a no brainer to choose Trevor again when it came time for a big lift.

I started out wanting just maybe 11-12" well that changed as Trevor was building the lift. It all ended up around 15" total lift...and I was pretty luck to get a set of the brand new Traction bars.

The lift consists of traction blocks in the rear and a shackle reversal using the stock leafs. Front is Trevors 4 link with new crossmember and transfer case clocking ring. Using spacers and Icon springs for the height.

PMF track bar and just received my bigger stronger PMF drag link that I need to get installed.

As you can see I had everything powdercoated white and IMO it all came out great. I have a few details to finish up still...one piece driveshaft will be ready monday, I need to have shocks re valved and order my brakelines.

I will take more pictures this coming week after I clean it all up...I will get closeups of the components etc.

I want to thank Trevor for the great product and its been a pleasure doing business with him and his company again.

Scott








Few more pics.



My boys love the fact that I have a big truck again....their smiles worth worth doing the lift alone.




Got it a little muddy already...lol


Pics of the Shackle Reversal



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Old 07-01-2012, 08:51 AM
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This looks great, your black truck on 40s looked great, even lowered looked great!
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Old 07-01-2012, 08:55 AM
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Wheels and tires on this truck are new 2 piece FUEL Nutz...22x12 with 41x14.50 Iroks
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Old 07-02-2012, 09:24 AM
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I really like the simplicity of the set up. Im sitting 12" on 22 wrapped on 40x15.5. I was planning on redoing it to Trevors coil over front suspension set up and the rear set up like yours. But I bet he could make mine sit at 15" like yours with some of his parts. :-) Trevor is a really cool guy, talked/texted with him a handful of times.

Trevor- Sorry me and Noah couldnt make it to hang out with you last SEMA...Are you coming again this year, I have my new shop here in Vegas (high end detail/paint correction- no production work here,lol.) So if you need anything if you come to SEMA this year let me know.

Aloha,
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Old 07-02-2012, 10:55 AM
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LOOKS GREAT i LOVE IT AND i LOVE THE WAY YOU POWDERCOATED THE LIFT WHITE VERY COOL.
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Damn Scott that looks great
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I really like the simplicity of the set up. Im sitting 12" on 22 wrapped on 40x15.5. I was planning on redoing it to Trevors coil over front suspension set up and the rear set up like yours. But I bet he could make mine sit at 15" like yours with some of his parts. :-) Trevor is a really cool guy, talked/texted with him a handful of times.

Trevor- Sorry me and Noah couldnt make it to hang out with you last SEMA...Are you coming again this year, I have my new shop here in Vegas (high end detail/paint correction- no production work here,lol.) So if you need anything if you come to SEMA this year let me know.

Aloha,
Will
Im sure if you wanted a kit, we could set it up to pretty much any height you would like
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Thanks everyone...and thanks Trevor for the fine parts.
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She is big!!! Looks wicked man.
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Glad to see you back in the air Scott. My kids and wife won't ever let me lower mine back down again. Haha
Gonna be getting with Trevor myself here soon. I need to be at 12" and have my coilovers ad lift maxed out at the 10" I have. So need to redo the whole thing. Looks great though Scott


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