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Old 06-04-2013, 12:32 PM
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6" BDS 4 Link and Toyo 37 M/Ts

Just thought I would post up some new pics of my truck. Got the BDS 6" 4 link with Fox shocks and dual stabilizers, with a set of new Toyos.







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Looks Awesome! That is the lift and tire setup I am thinking about getting for my truck.

How does it ride compared to stock? Also what about towing compared to stock?

Hopefully if I decide to get the lift it will be by the time I go to OBX on vacation this summer. I'm staying in corolla, not that far from the 4x4 beach. Also bringing my dual sport bike to have some fun around the island.

Now back on topic, great looking truck!
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Pretty slick
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Looks Awesome! That is the lift and tire setup I am thinking about getting for my truck.

How does it ride compared to stock? Also what about towing compared to stock?

Hopefully if I decide to get the lift it will be by the time I go to OBX on vacation this summer. I'm staying in corolla, not that far from the 4x4 beach. Also bringing my dual sport bike to have some fun around the island.

Now back on topic, great looking truck!
Yeah.... you just made me do an hour of searching for a drz 400, thanks a lot.

That ride is pretty good. I don't remember how it rode stock, my quess would be stock might be better. I haven't hooked to anything heavy yet. I'm thinking it will do fine. The new leafs seem stiffer.
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Yeah.... you just made me do an hour of searching for a drz 400, thanks a lot.

That ride is pretty good. I don't remember how it rode stock, my quess would be stock might be better. I haven't hooked to anything heavy yet. I'm thinking it will do fine. The new leafs seem stiffer.
I was looking at a DRZ 400 but I felt it didn't have enough power for driving on the highway with. I ended up getting a great deal on an 09 Husqvarna TE610 with 250 miles on it from the dealer with a full warranty for half the msrp. I love the bike, it has fuel injection, brembo brakes, and excel taskasago wheels. Every part put on the bike from the factory is the best of the best. The only things that suck about it is that the side stand is to short and keeps snapping in half on me and the stock headlight is garbage at night.

I'm hoping that I can bring it on the 4x4 beach since it is street legal.

But if you hook the truck up to anything give us an update to how it tows.
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Just wondering what is your rim size and offset. Any issues with rubbing?
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22 x 9.5 4.5" BS I forgot the offset. It hits the bumper bracket some. I'll get the BDS bumper spacer on it soon, and most likely cut the bracket off.

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Did you replace rear springs or do a block??? Sharp truck!!!
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Full leaf springs on a factory 2" block

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