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nice its only 5 here get back to work
Its only 3 here, but I gotta go to my real job now.
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Looks good so far
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its barely 3 here now.
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call off and get it done lol
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dude get some tires on that beast!
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looking great!
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dude get some tires on that beast!
I would but I dont wanna get carried away. I still need to get the trac bar bracket made and mounted. I'm hoping I can get it done sometime this weekend and then I can get this dude sitting on its own.
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lookin good man... cant wait to see it finished!
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lookin good ryan.........just lack finishing up
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its gonna be freaking tall! lol

btw yeah get that panhard in there. one time i pulled mine out and it the truck almost dumped over on me.
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its gonna be freaking tall! lol

btw yeah get that panhard in there. one time i pulled mine out and it the truck almost dumped over on me.
It won't be that tall, its at full droop as it sits. BUT I'm worried its gonna be taller than I really want it to be.
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time for 37's
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Nice progress!
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you could take off your bodylift
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you could take off your bodylift
Thats gonna be something I think about doing. Don't really wanna do all that work but I might have to.
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No 37s for me.
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how tall are the coils? if the front is going to be too tall couldnt you get some shorter coils?
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It won't be that tall, its at full droop as it sits. BUT I'm worried its gonna be taller than I really want it to be.
it wil be. i am well aware that it is sitting a full droop.

i can jsut tell its going to be too tall. you need to take 2-3" out of it.
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Throw some shorter lift coils up front that should help
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it wil be. i am well aware that it is sitting a full droop.

i can jsut tell its going to be too tall. you need to take 2-3" out of it.
Yeah its gonna be way tall. I'm gonna have fun getting it out of the garage.
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Looking good Ryan...prob your best bet is taking the bodylift off bud. Either that or lower your air pressure down and hope it just makes it lol
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Once everything is done I'll have to see how it sits, but ditching the body lift will probably be best. I really don't wanna do the work though, and I don't think I have my stock bolts and stuff anymore. I really just want it to fit in the garage, If I can get it to a height where it will still fit in the garage I'll be happy.
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