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Old 03-01-2013, 12:55 PM
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05-07 level w/33's pics?

Looking for a few pics of an 05-07 leveled with a 33? I think this what I want to run but would like to see it first lol. Thanks.
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05-07 level w/33's pics?-2012-09-04-06.57.16.jpg My truck leveled with 75/70/18 with stock tire. Which is 33.2 in.
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Attachment 75930 My truck leveled with 75/70/18 with stock tire. Which is 33.2 in.
Looks good, how much you leveled it ?
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My 2010 is leveled and inch and a half with 33.2" trail grapplers. I can post a better side picture if you want.
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Front view 33x12.50 17 with 2.5in level kit
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It has 2" block under the spring.
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Thanks for the pic horsepoor68.
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Re: 05-07 level w/33's pics?

My 03 is leveled, I think 2" add-a-leaf, with 35s. It does rub the inner fender a touch while turning...

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