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post #1 of 13 Old 04-02-2007, 01:33 PM Thread Starter
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will lift prevent pulling gooseneck

I was thinkin about putting a 3" suspension lift on my truck with 34" m/t's will that be to high to pull a gooseneck? thnx.

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i think 4" is the safe limit with a goose neck

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I had a 6" lift and 35"s on my 99. Worked good, had to remove my side boxes is all.

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so 10" with 39.5s is to much????

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thats sounds like a disaster waiting to happen

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A majority of the 3" kits will just lift/level the front and the rear is untouched.

so you will not be affected in anyway. And yes there are many guys hauling 32 foot Travel trailers with 8-10 inches of lift.
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ive been think bout a project like getting a goosneck or somethin that has a bent axle or somethin and puttin a lift with some 40"s or somethin to sit even with the truck, yall think that would work

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i dont know if it would work but it would dang sure look bad azz

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Would look cool but I would never put any weight on it. Sitting that high in the air sure would make it top heavy. Just my

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