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I was just wondering if anyone had pics of their truck with just a 3 inch body lift. If so, please post them. And if anyone has thoughts on this... I have 31's on and just want some more clearance. Would the body lift look alright and what mods would have to be made to accomodate it?
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Pics of 3" Body Lift?

4x4 or two-wheel drive?
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the body lift is the same on all^. unless you are trying to say he should do spindle if he's a 4x2, if you are get a spindle lift not body!
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It's a two-wheel drive. Whats the difference in the body and spindle-lift?
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that exactly. one lifts the whole body...

The other lifts the front Spindles "replaces really"
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Spindles : The black long arms from the top of the wheel to the bottom.. Stock ones are 3" shorter.




Here the spindle is taken out :



And installed:
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I appreciate it. My truck looks alright to me right now, just would like a little more clearance. I will post some pics once I get some taken. Thanks
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31" tires look just a LITTLE on the small side with a 3" body lift. 32"s look ok but 33" is the perfect size in my opinion.

I have 31.6" tires with no lift, I would definitely go up to 33" on a lift.
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the body lift is the same on all^. unless you are trying to say he should do spindle if he's a 4x2, if you are get a spindle lift not body!
Nope, you're wrong. He didn't specify if it was an EDGE, 4x4, or regular 2-wheel drive. A bodylift looks different on different trucks.

See, look at my ugly bodylift :roll:





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here's mine on stock rims



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Mine on 32's and stock rims.

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