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Old 04-20-2008, 07:24 PM
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Pics of my baby after this weekends work up

Well got my lazy *** in gear and thanks god for all the help from my son in law Raven_hammer who is a top diesel tech in north florida. I have had the Pro Comp 6" lift for a while now sitting in the box along with the dual satalizer and the lateral bars. I was waiting to make a call on the rims and since I made up my mind I figured I dump the whole mess on my Son in law

It was funny because when we lifted the truck on the lift Raven noticed that the radiator wa leaking (WTF?) he said most of the Job ones have this issue so keep aneye out. I posted a couple of pics below, you can see that it's been leaking fro a while.

He also noticed that there was some tranny fluid on the skid plate. We cleaned it up and will monitor incase it's not an over flow from driving at 90 mph. There was a couple of codes on the PCM for driving beyound the speed tolorance of the PCM... WTF?

any way I also got the Harley blacked out headlights Thanks raven your the man!!! the truck look pretty pimp with the 22X12 XD rockstars and the Grapplers in a 37X13.5... I will say this the tires are real nosiy and took some minor triming even with the 6 inch lift. It rubbed during full turns. I will say this the Pro Comp lift does a great job and the truck feels real nice over the bumps... anyway here are the pics there are a **** load so beware...




































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Awesome. Is that a 6" Procomp with traction bars? How wide are those tires?
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Awesome looking truck!!!!!!!!!!!
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Very nice looks awesome I wish I had the money to lift my truck...
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Love that Hildebrandt light bar!!
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It was my pleasure doing it. I enjoy doing that kind of work
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Awesome. Is that a 6" Procomp with traction bars? How wide are those tires?
yes 6" procomp the traction bars were extra of course but well worth it. Ther eis no axle warp when you start off from a dead stop.. Mine you they were a PIA to install because teh of the PDF and the gas tank on the other side. They do look pimp.

The tire are 37X13.5 on a 22X12 wide rim... back space was 4.53
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THAT THING LOOK SICK.I LOVE THOSE ROCKSTARS.
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It was my pleasure doing it. I enjoy doing that kind of work
brother you are the man... installing all that **** and still finding the time to do the radiator was more then I could have asked....

BTW there was more trany fluide on the skid plate... looks like there is an issue.. and OT drove home so you know she tok it easy...
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