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Old 06-18-2014
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Doing a 3" PA lift on my 2010 4x4

Hey guys,

I'm going to be lifting my 2010 tomorrow with the PA 3" bl. Any last minute pointers anyone can think of? I've read through the the tech info extravaganza as well.

I have a MAP torch for the body bolts for the loctite, jack and axle stands, ratchet set and air tools, every wrench under the sun, your normal tools. Have a guy coming to help me (I'm in Oakville ON) as well and he's done a couple lifts so we should be good to go! I've also been spraying the body bolts with WD-40 or Jigaloo every couple days for the past few weeks.

I bought some step guard from home depot to MacGyver some rear gap guards as well.
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Old 06-19-2014
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I would say you are good to go! My brother and I did his 09 in 6-7 hrs and that included raising the hitch and moving the front tow hooks.

Good luck!
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