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Old 10-21-2011, 07:01 AM
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4"-6" lifts, lets see some pics!!!!

Thinking about lifting my truck 4" - 6" i wanna see how it looks before i do it, i would really like a 4 link kit, that comes with traction bars.

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Old 10-22-2011, 03:49 AM
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3" rough country lift with a 1" spacer so 4" total


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Mine is a 5" for Tuff Country but I think its closer to a 6" compared to my buddys 4". Its on 35x12.50 Toyos.









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Nice lookin trucks guys!!! Very very sharp!!
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Who's traction bar setup are you running??
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Info in sig and i see you tow a gooseneck so i added one of mine towing wit the lift on it as well.

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Who's traction bar setup are you running??
Cal Tracs man
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3" rough country lift with a 1" spacer so 4" total


Nice lookin truck.. i have green king ranch I 'm tryin to do the exact same thing you did.. is the 1" spacer an option when you bought the 3" rough country? or is something seperate you had to buy. ??
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No it wasn't an option. It's just a one inch spacer from top gun customz that goes under the spring cup giving you an extra inch
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Fabtech 6in lift with Dirt Logic's. Put dual reservoir shocks in the front, singles in the rear and dual stabilizers for the steering. Rides very smooth on and off road.



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