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Old 01-21-2014, 05:55 AM
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New Lift and Wheels

Just like others have done recently I paid off the truck so wanted to make it feel like New again. Installed the H&S and installed 3.5inch Ready lift with 20 inch Fuel Hostage and 35 inch Toyo M/T.



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Old 01-21-2014, 06:22 AM
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Dude,

That is a sharp looking truck, it sit's perfect IMHO
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Truck looks awesome
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Where did you find the torque specs at? Or I guess did you use torque specs? Any issues or tips and tricks with /for the Track bar relocation bracket?
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Where did you find the torque specs at? Or I guess did you use torque specs? Any issues or tips and tricks with /for the Track bar relocation bracket?

I had a local shop install lift.
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Whats the offset on those rims? I'm trying to find out if 37s will fit with -44 offset rims on 4" lift
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Old 01-22-2014, 05:04 AM
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Whats the offset on those rims? I'm trying to find out if 37s will fit with -44 offset rims on 4" lift
I'm Really not sure I will check.
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Old 02-02-2014, 05:41 AM
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Perfect! I have the Readylift 3.5 kit on my 2012. Just need to get some wheels now. Could you tell me the offset on your wheels? -24 looks to be about right???
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Yep, she looks awesome, well done
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I put on 37/12.50/r20 toyo mts on my stock rims (+44?) after having my 4 inch bds installed. they rubbed like hell on my radius arm. I'm running -12 offset rims right now and the tires come kinda close to the bumper and fender but not bad,I zip tied the fender liner back and still get light rubbing when i turn and hit a bump. I think you could run the -44 but it may be tight. Maybe someone else has that set up.


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