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Old 02-05-2010
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ya even 37's will be small... thats saying something haha... big effin truck!!!!!!!!! was just thinking if 39.5's wont like the D44 and since its a DD just find some used 37's and run them (even though they are a little small) until you find a D60.. then get some 39.5's. just a thought.. haha

my sister's bf's truck (95 F150) has a 6 inch lift and 35's and im 5'6" and the top of the fenders is at my chin.. so i cant imagine how big your truck is...
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Old 02-08-2010
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that sounds like a lot of tire buying haha.

heres a quick picture i snapped while rolling it onto the alignment rack.

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Damn that thing's gonna be big!
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good god, and I thought corys was big
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awsome! cant wait to see how much bigger its gonna b with the new rubber!
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that thing is going to be a beast. do you still have the BL on there?
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that thing is going to be a beast. do you still have the BL on there?
looks like it

btw....***** huge.
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Gonna need at least 38x14.50's to make that thing look LEGIT! lol

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good god, and I thought corys was big
Cory's was big. Don't get mixed up lol
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Old 02-09-2010
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thanks everyone.

yes, the body lift is still on. its actually pretty identical to the height corys used to be.

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Gonna need at least 38x14.50's to make that thing look LEGIT! lol
14.5 would be the widest i will go. im looking for 38x13.5
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its gonna look sick with the 38s but i personally would take that BL off asap
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get rid of your stock blocks in the rear and adjust your front coilovers down about 2 inches and it will be perfect! no need for blocks on that big or a truck
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the body lift is staying on. i want the extra room for when i do a v8 swap.

i think the height is perfect. the only way im going to lower it down is if i keep getting pulled over, or its not practical for me.
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Looks sick dude,
a little tall for my personal liking but good show
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get rid of your stock blocks in the rear and adjust your front coilovers down about 2 inches and it will be perfect! no need for blocks on that big or a truck
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^^x2

Great work. That thing is crazy awesome!!
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.. maybe 37x1350 once i get one tons.
37 x 1450s or bust

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14.50....too wide for my liking.
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Old 03-16-2010
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i started working on my steering. im doing the E250/4runner shaft and toyota box that beard posted awhile back. the only issue im having is that when i put my shock hoops on, i put them too close to the frame, so when i turn, the cardan joint hits the hoop. what im doing to fix this is extending the splined end buy cutting the splined part out, welding a tube in and welding the splined end on the tube. i did one attempt already but got some binding from not being welded perfectly strait.

here is a quick paint picture to help explain.




and i had the truck outside for the first time since september, so i snapped a few pictures.



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wow thats tall
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what size tires did you say you were going to run? I know it had to be mentioned in the thread already but im just lazy :)
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Old 03-17-2010
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i want to run 38x13.5, if i can find a good tire that size.
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its getting there!

Mine has always rubbed that tube too, i notched the tube though.
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u gonna get in trouble mister craig
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holy sh*t thats the trucks so tall lol
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wow your slow he posted those pics how long ago
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