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Old 07-28-2011
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Need some measurements please!

I know there's a few of you out there... but wondering if someone out there could get me an overall measurement of the height of a 4x4 w/ a 4" Superlift, 3" BL and 35" tires.

I'm thinking of going a little higher but need to make sure it's going to fit into my garage first!!
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I guess I could pretty much just add 4" to what I have... but it'd still be nice to get some measurements!
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Just lift it and air down all the time.

You know you wanna go through that B.S.....

honestly though. how much clearance is there now with the current setup? does it look to be at least 6"? im only saying 6" since the tires add 1.5-2" and the lift is 3".

i like your truck now and it's height and stance is perfect imo.

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It's pretty close now... I haven't taken an exact measurement just going by when I'm backing in. lol

Airing down after every day at work and up every morning would be just wonderful! lol
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Well you can be pretty confident that it will add almost exactly 4" to what you have now, id say if you have 6" to play with then your good, sorry I'm not BL'ed yet so no real help from me :p
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I'm right around 77". I think your truck looks awesome as is but I'm sure it would look great doublelifted. The only annoying part is taking care of the things to make it look like it's not bodylifted like raising the hitch and exhaust. Go for it!
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Thanks guys!
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Going to be a tight fit for sure! My max height into my garage is 79". Better wait until I get my new garage door on to make sure it doesn't sit down any lower!
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One of the best looking trucks on the site sitting on 33's. If you do the body lift, definitely raise the rear hitch and exhaust.
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Thanks man... much appreciated!
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