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Old 06-26-2010, 08:50 PM
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They grow up so quick - Another inch taller

Went ahead and went up another inch while I was doing my spring conversion. I added a 1" TEI spacer on the front for a total of 8", and went up to 9" of lift in the rear. I definitely like the stance better now. I should also have zero rub now. I'm not much on the stuffed look, I like plenty of clearance.




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Looks good! give me some lift ha you dont need all that!
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Truck looks perfect Billy. Great stance and tire clearance looks just right. Nice job.
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Looks good! give me some lift ha you dont need all that!
On a side note, I see you gave Screen-FX.net a try!
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Looks good. and i know what you mean. i went from stock to a leveling kit to a 4.5" lift all in six months since buying the truck. Now i might do a tei space and 37"
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Yep, I went form stock to 2.5" leveling kit, to 4.5" , to 5.5" to 7" and now to 8" LOL
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Nice! looks good, i want to lift mine another inch or two soon too.
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I may go ahead and do one more inch in the rear. The truck sits perfectly level all the way around. But for some reason, when our trucks are level, they look like they are squatting a little bit to the rear. Looking at the pic in my signature, the truck looks like its squatting. I think I may throw another 1" block in there tomorrow and see how it sits. I definitely want to make sure its exactly where I want it before I order a traction block setup for it.


Let me know what you guys think.
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