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Old 02-15-2010, 07:43 PM
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INSTALLED 6" 4LINK AND 37" m16'S



















































































HERE ARE SOME PICS FROM THE INSTALL IF YOU HAVE QUESTION PLEASE ASK
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Old 02-15-2010, 07:50 PM
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all i have to say is major props for doing it in the snow... good job bud

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Old 02-15-2010, 07:51 PM
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Looks great man! What brand lift is that?... where in Montana are ya?
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I like it so much I swapped over to my stockers!! LOL



Whats funny is, I just ordered the same wheels today, as well as the same size tires!!

Cant wait to see a good shot of your whole truck with the new shoes!!
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Yea im wondering what kinda of lift that is and also what kind of offset do the rims have? have you experianced any rubbing?

Im going to be doing a Rize 4link 6" and 37" toyo mt on XD series spy rims. So thats why im asking questions lol.

thanks
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Looks like a Rough Country lift....notice the links are not adjustable.

Truck looks good...sure made it a different ride
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Looks great man! What brand lift is that?... where in Montana are ya?
Hey thanks guys. ya the snow was tough done doing things in the snow. did the stacks and now this sucks in the snow. ya the lift is a rough country 6" 4 link kit that replaces the rear springs and i also got the dual steering stablilzer kit too.

rims and tires are the xd monster 20x10 and tires are ss m1637/13.50/20 load range e.
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Yea im wondering what kinda of lift that is and also what kind of offset do the rims have? have you experianced any rubbing?

Im going to be doing a Rize 4link 6" and 37" toyo mt on XD series spy rims. So thats why im asking questions lol.

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ya for rubbing i had the lower valance on the front bumper was rubbing when i turned past it, was going to cut it but today i saw that the valance was loose on the sides and still connected in the middle so guessing it pulled off the bolts but whatever. willl either take it off or bolt it back up and just cut it at an angle and call it good other wise no other problems

and i did live in laurel montana but now i live in up state ny
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props for doing it in the snow, i love a set of 37's under fords =]

major difference. =]
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here is some pictures from today with the lift and tires. tires stick out maybe an inch or two. only rubbing i had was the front bumper valance kinda is pulling off right now will take it off later
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