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Old 02-13-2010, 12:20 PM
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pic requst 99-04 with leveling kit and 35s on stock rims

i wanna see ext cab trucks preferably but any will work
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heres mine with just a mini spring pack
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that looks awesome man thats what im planing to do i gotta find me some factory rims for mine though and imma put 35 inch mudd grapplers on em i think its gonna look good
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heres mine with just a mini spring pack
hey man if ya can i need a favor lol can you take a measure from the ground up to the middle for your fender on front and back
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I've got a pic of my truck with the rough country leveling kit, but i cant figure out how to post up the picture. Also, on my early 99, the middle of the front fender is 43" and the rear is 44". Hope that helps. The early 99 have the inch taller rear block than the rest.
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I've got a pic of my truck with the rough country leveling kit, but i cant figure out how to post up the picture. Also, on my early 99, the middle of the front fender is 43" and the rear is 44". Hope that helps. The early 99 have the inch taller rear block than the rest.
thanks man i appreciate that and the easiest way to post a pic is to get a photo bucket acount and get the link code frome there and there is a insert image on the reply box that you click and post the image code in there
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thanks man i appreciate that and the easiest way to post a pic is to get a photo bucket acount and get the link code frome there and there is a insert image on the reply box that you click and post the image code in there
Thanks for the info. I'll see what I can do I'd like to be able to post pictures more often on here so I'll prob have to get a photobucket acount

What kit are you planning on going with? the 315/75r16s (35s) look awesome on the stock rims. I've got the 8 hole oe wheels and bfg a/ts and I think it looks great

Edit...i uploaded one pic as my avatar. its loaded with firewood, my old springs, tools, farm crap so it is squattin a bit in the rear in the pic, but it gets you the idea.

i prob shouldnt have leveled it since im always towin and my bed is always loaded with somethin, so the rear is usually sittin lower, but i kind of like the look. makes it look that much better when i do get it cleaned up and leveled out too.

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heres mine with just a mini spring pack
whered you get the chrome fender trim? i wonder if that would help cure the cancer on my truck temporarily lmao
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Thanks for the info. I'll see what I can do I'd like to be able to post pictures more often on here so I'll prob have to get a photobucket acount

What kit are you planning on going with? the 315/75r16s (35s) look awesome on the stock rims. I've got the 8 hole oe wheels and bfg a/ts and I think it looks great
its already got a leveling kit on there now lol and 35 inch nitto tera grapplers but i dont like them lol ive always had mudd grapplers till now and thats what ill be goin to soon
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I looked at the nittos, but decided against them too. if I hadnt gotten such a great deal on the bfts i wouldve gotten the mudd grapplers.

also, see the edit to my last post, i uploaded a pic to my avatar to get you the idea. ill try to get you a bigger pic if you want
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