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Icon10 Body lift truck pics and stuff(not 56k friendly)

i lifted it a few weeks ago just been to lazy to take some pics but today i got off my lazy butt washed it and took some pics 3"body lift 31x10.5" tires on 15x8 cragar v-5s tell me what ya think

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looks good need something to cover the gap in between the bed and frame.
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looks good need something to cover the gap in between the bed and frame.
ive got the stuff from hareware store just havent put it on yet
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what are those metal spacers? they ugly but your truck looks very nice
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Looks great! Nice to see a lifted Mazda for a change!
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what are those metal spacers? they ugly but your truck looks very nice
there overload supports for the bed keeps it from saging with a load they will be covered up with the gapguards
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Looks great! Nice to see a lifted Mazda for a change!
thanks im not a fan of lowering them i use my truck as a truck and the roads here would eat it if it was lowered
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looks great and yes gap guards are your friend lol
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looks really good man! VERY clean...
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looks good, i did the same with the gap guards. got some rubber matting stuff, drilled some holes and zip tied them.
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Looking good man. I still need to buy gap guards for my truck. Might run to the hardware store this weekend and do it. Your truck looks taller than mine to me even though we are the same.
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Oh, and how does the truck sound with that muffler?
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damn thats lookin really good i like itt
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looks great man
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Zoom Zoom!!
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Looks great! it is making me want to get my body lift ordered and installed.
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Looks great man!
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Oh, and how does the truck sound with that muffler?
mine probley sets a bit taller because my springs have 9 years less use then yours maybe idk

muffler sounds great i like i more than the flowmaster 40 i had before dosnt sound like a rice rocket or anything i went with i cuz it was about 70 cheaper didnt wanna reuse the flowmaster because it looked like *** 3.5" od reduced to 2"od
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Zoom Zoom!!
it dosnt zoom zoom like it used to next mods regear and programmer or 8.8ls and regear and programmer idk yet
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nice looking truck! you deffinately need gapguards though...

u got t-bars? if so, crank em a bit to get your nose up otherwise look into a leveling kit...

wtf is this?
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nice looking truck! you deffinately need gapguards though...

u got t-bars? if so, crank em a bit to get your nose up otherwise look into a leveling kit...

wtf is this?
those were ant hills i seen everywhere up in the hills huge black ants we coming out i really wanted to mess with them but there was millions of them in a ten foot radius around the holes and i didnt wanna get bit so i left them alone

and if i could find a 1 1/2-2 coilspacers i would but all i can find is a 3 inch made of pot metal of off of ebay screw that
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Truck looks great, I love lifted reg cabs! Keep it up.

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Truck looks great, I love lifted reg cabs! Keep it up.

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thanks double lifting is my thoughts now
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I want your headlight lenses!!!

Mine havent looked that good in years.
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I want your headlight lenses!!!

Mine havent looked that good in years.
id be willing to part with them if they made aftermarket projectors for our trucks
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