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saw your truck sittin in the lowes parking lot earlier tonight.......looks really good
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still trying to figure out how to fix my light bar. Thought I would walk around and see if I could find anything that might work. No luck
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hahaha i love random trips to Lowes/HD.

Get me some pics of the light bar I'll stare at them tomorrow at work when i get bored.
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how about just making it removeable???? put the electrical through a plug then have it pin to the roll bar.

just an idea.....send me a pics too when you get a chance.
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did yall take a 'before' measurement? how much lift did you actually get?
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It was at 38~39" before, at 43~44" now, so about 5".


Or 15" higher than mine, for comparison.
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go to my brother for some bigger tires, im sure he can get you a good deal, or come to houston and ill give you a better deal.

you know you can do a year of financing with no interest? ive always thought that was sweet, definately takin advantage of that when i get rid of this damn truck...
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I'm thinking now if I get some |_| shaped brackets and drill a hole through the bottom of the light, then have a bolt that goes through all that I can just fold them down. Lots of lights are designed that way but not KC's

and Evan, could you get a deal going when I start looking at one of the discount tires in Midland or your store only type thing?
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yeah casey im sure i could make the sale from my store and call whever you are and have them shipped there. what are you thinking about running?
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go to my brother for some bigger tires, im sure he can get you a good deal, or come to houston and ill give you a better deal.

you know you can do a year of financing with no interest? ive always thought that was sweet, definately takin advantage of that when i get rid of this damn truck...
really? Lee never told me that.

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yeah casey im sure i could make the sale from my store and call whever you are and have them shipped there. what are you thinking about running?
35/12.5/16 Super Swamper LTB's
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do you think you could fit 37s?
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Oh yeah, I could but would probably rub off roading and that is just to much IMO for IFS
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35s would look perfect!
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yeah i dont see the point in rubbing off road if you can avoid it 35s should look great
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I bet money I can make these 34's rub if I tried hard enough
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or what about some 36" IROKS
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or what about some 36" IROKS
I like the way you think.

That may be my next tire.
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or what about some 36" IROKS
Thats what I want. Hook me up with a deal come January?
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yeah, you liftin your truck?
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For the Jeep. Picking up some cheap tire and wheels to hold me over till next year, but I'm gonna need good tires then.
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mmmmmmmmmmm 36ers....especially IROKS.....heheheh
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or what about some 36" IROKS
you can see what price you can get for both, that won't hurt my feelings but I'm pretty sure LTB's will be cheaper
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icocks suck get the LTBs haha
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Hi anyone have a photo of the clearence between the CV and the shock?
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