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Old 06-19-2010
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maybe not. im gonna have a friend send me a few pictures by cell, then ill post them up. thats if i can find enough service at the camp.
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dont worry tell him to post em straight here! haha. thats a shame we wont see them till next weekend....
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if it makes you feel any better, i cant see them either until next weekend.
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what kind of links are you running?
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i jjust got into town for a few things, so here are the pictures my friend sent me
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I just don't see this thing being a mud truck.
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going to be huge after you put those on
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just a lil jump and hes gona be inside the truck...

gona look BA after u put those tires on!
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38s?
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Get them mounted!!
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u better get those on there
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Old 06-24-2010
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well im out on the lake fishing and go figure, iv got some service. ill be home saturday and hopefully mounting the tires sunday.

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I just don't see this thing being a mud truck.
whys that?

the tires are 38.5x15 beard .
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Old 06-25-2010
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The size and everything kind of reminds me of how my truck was when it was that tall...
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Old 06-27-2010
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The size and everything kind of reminds me of how my truck was when it was that tall...
iv been wanting to go this tall for awhile, but wasnt sure if i would like the final results. then after watching you build yours, it finalized it for me haha. after i get the 38's on, it should be within about 1" of how tall yours was. didnt plan it that way.
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Well as long as you're happy with yours, that's all that matters. I wasn't happy with how tall mine was. It was cool, but I just didn't like how it drove. Now i think it's perfect height. I'm excited to see how yours will look with the 38's. I bet it'll look real mean.
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its sunday lets see some pics!
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Well as long as you're happy with yours, that's all that matters. I wasn't happy with how tall mine was. It was cool, but I just didn't like how it drove. Now i think it's perfect height. I'm excited to see how yours will look with the 38's. I bet it'll look real mean.
ya thats the only thing im not sure about, is how it will drive. i dont plan on going down the highway or anything with it so i think it should be alright.

got the tires on. went easier then i thought it would.





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Looks pretty beastly man... I just think you should take out about 3" of lift. It feels a TON more stable. Do you have any blocks? Make the rear have no blocks and change the front to match the height. I think it looks real good. But after me going through this, you'll feel like the truck is 10x better with just lowering it that few inches. I lowered mine 5-6" i'd guess and if you do like 3, that'd be a great compromise. Trust me on this. But do what you want.
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i do want to take the body lift off, once i switch out to d60's the body lift is coming out.
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wow dude your truck is huge! looks good
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thank you! now i cant wait to gear it, finish a few little things, then take it out in the mud!!
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Damn thats huge! I agree on taking off the BL
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