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post #1 of 30 Old 11-07-2010, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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Lifted!!!

Just some pics of my buddies truck is all. He's really into the lifts on these things!





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not sure if its me but why does the front axle look soo far forward?
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I am assuming because of the spring/shackels, I'll ask next time I speak with him
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not sure if its me but why does the front axle look soo far forward?
It isn't just you


Maybe he needs more shackle in the front, and less in the rear

Typical cummins owner.

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needs bigger tires for sure
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yep when you lower the rear of the spring it pushes the axle forward slightly.

i think it needs bigger tires too
looks really tall though with the the lift on
how tall is the lift?
also what headlights are those,does he like them?

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WOW makes your truck look stock...when you lifting yours...sorry couldnt help my self

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dont really like...i mean i like the tries and rims and of course the truck...but i just think the lift is a little to big. drop it back downlike 4 inches?

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Love the truck/lift. Three things i would change

1. Bigger tires to fill the wheel wells

2. Smaller, less flashy rims

3. Lose the drop hitch. Impractical and looks like a tail

Besides that, I'm in love

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I kinda like the way it looks with the front end forward like that reminds me of the way we set up our trail rigs, I will agree that it needs biggier tires or a little less lift. i really hate when people put a huge drop on their hitch. that drives me crazy!

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