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Old 09-01-2009
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Originally Posted by korey89 View Post
Spindle lift > Bodylift

She's 2wd Mike
Hah crap, I forgot she was running 2wd.. I keep thinking "Oh, she has a Tremor, tahts 4 right?"

My bad.. but yeah, Spindle and Bodylift are the options.. Spindle's are cheap - lucky SOB :-D

Still, I think a Bodylift has a few more advantages mostly giving room aroudn everythign if you need to get anythign fixed. Those 3 inches around the transmission, under housing, axles, etc..etc.. are a huge amount of room compared to the no room around them before the bodylift
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Old 09-10-2009
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i am originally from so cal also and have that back ground and i drive lifted but i am diggin those pics i say lower
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Old 09-10-2009
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body lift it!!

i got my body lift from summit for 107 bucks when they were having that deal. idk if thats still going on or not. lol
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Old 09-10-2009
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I think the truck is for sale now.
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