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I knew you'd throw a pic up of the lights haha, they look sweet. and onboard air??? siiiick, that's so badass. see you still have mods to do. you just have to try a little harder to think of them :p
Yeah next year I will probably be double lifted but idk yet

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Sorry I dont go by your hackjob and incompetent lifestyle. Go pay someone to replace your steering rack.
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Don't double lift. My dick didn't get bigger or smaller and i wish i never wasted the money lol.
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Don't double lift. My dick didn't get bigger or smaller and i wish i never wasted the money lol.
I'd probably be buying it from someone on here with coilovers and i wouldn't have to cheaply lift it to fit 35s. good excuse to buy 17's too
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Sorry I dont go by your hackjob and incompetent lifestyle. Go pay someone to replace your steering rack.
its fixed
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Mount it under the bed on a frame rail and do an air locker and tools.
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Mount it under the bed on a frame rail and do an air locker and tools.
no its going inside since i already pulled both my rear seats. it will run any tool since i'll have an air hose for tools and air chuck. locker may come at some point but for now i need to plan for being double lifted (wheels, tires, gears, possible coil over rebuild or purchase)
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nana nana boo boo I beat you too the double lift.
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nana nana boo boo I beat you too the double lift.
its also way cheaper for a 2wd and i have to wait for another members decision on something lol
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A double'd 4x4 be taller than a double'd 2wd, right?
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if its an edge 2wd theoretically it should be the same assuming the lift amount is the same (which is not possible afaik, considering I only know of a 4" and 5" 4wd lift to be paired with a 3" BL where's those options do not exist for 2wd edge's). An XLT double lifted however is significantly smaller then an edge/4wd double lifted, about 3".
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its also way cheaper for a 2wd and i have to wait for another members decision on something lol
haha I know it is P. SO is the other member thinking bout selling his?
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truck looks good man get it double lifted sooner lol
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truck looks good man get it double lifted sooner lol
wish i could! its getting geared for free when the time comes which will save me quite a bit of money
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upgraded the horn a little bit. PnP and it sounds much better

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wish i could! its getting geared for free when the time comes which will save me quite a bit of money
how for free?!
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one of my friends works at ford but we might just do it at his house in the garage. still gotta pay for parts but labor woudl be free
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one of my friends works at ford but we might just do it at his house in the garage. still gotta pay for parts but labor woudl be free
not bad having friends with skills like that are always a plus
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not bad having friends with skills like that are always a plus
yeah. Putting in a trac lock was easy on my old truck but i have no idea how set pinion depth and really have no interest in doing it lol
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Parts are really cheap usually. its the labor that kills you.
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My buddys dad used to manage a racing team or something and is gonna help me do my gears here soon.
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one of my friends works at ford but we might just do it at his house in the garage. still gotta pay for parts but labor woudl be free
Think he will do mine?

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My buddys dad used to manage a racing team or something and is gonna help me do my gears here soon.
I would find out what he did before he does it. lol I could manage a race team tomorrow if I wanted but I have no clue how to do gears.
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I would find out what he did before he does it. lol I could manage a race team tomorrow if I wanted but I have no clue how to do gears.
trust me. He knows his ****. They have an entire shop at their house lol. He helped me do my lift this past weekend. Trust him with anything on my truck.
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