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Old 04-04-2013, 04:27 PM
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13.5" lift finished(pics)

Ok so like many of you know I decided to re-vamp my rig by painting the axles and suspension components purple. While I had everything yanked I decided to go a little bigger. It began as a Rough Country 8" 4 link kit. Up front I have a 3.5" upper coil spacer and a 2" lower coil spacer. It has an adjustable trac bar from BD Diesel performance with a new ball joint flipped mod. I should have PMF's one piece drag link here by the end of the week and that will be in too. Rough country stabilizer kit also up front. Moving to the rear it has 10" traction blocks from Newton Lifts. 3.5" flip shackle kit from PMF. Flipped shock brackets. For Performance SCT livewire with deletes and I already had an MBRP cool duals kit but with the shackle flip kit it had to be cut down to over axle dump. Think it looks cooler anyhow. Hope you guys like it. Now I had to notch the transmission bracket to prevent the front drive shaft from coming into contact with it but its temporary. I will be getting PMF index ring and brace and also the sway bar spacers soon also. Stretching a kit this far is never good but talk to Trevor at PMF and he will help you out tons on what your gonna need to make it all work together. Oh and I am also waiting on the Sulastic hangers for my rear leafs to smooth the ride out a little more.















BLOW THROUGH OF JL 13.5" W7's


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NICE

That is a sweet looking ride!!

Where did you mount the FAA beacon?
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Haha thanks man, it was a lot of work getting the axles prepped and painted! It was all I had to do while waiting for parts to arrive! Lol


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Haha thanks man, it was a lot of work getting the axles prepped and painted! It was all I had to do while waiting for parts to arrive! Lol


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It definitely was worth the effort. Nice looking truck.
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Beau-ti-ful!!


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Holy cow, that thing is huge. The purple is a good accent color with the grey
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Thanks fellas and fantom I really do think it is higher than a 13.5" lift... It looks more like 14-15 to me but thats what it comes out to... My calculations could be off lol! N


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How does it ride and drive?
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looks sweet !! love all the extras also !!
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Thanks big laing and diesel23. The ride is tolerable but i want to try and see how these sulastic shackles improve on it. I will keep you guys updated on that.


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