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Icon6 1" body lift installed

Went over to Josh's(HozII) last sat and we got my BL installed. Sits perfect now. I will be getting a buddy to make me a bracket to bring the front bumper up and also a custom tube bumper for the rear here in the next few weeks.

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In this picture it shows how much the 1" shifts the cab. Also the bed was already done in this pic.
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You need to clean out your bed. Looks pretty good. What style rear bumper are you going with?
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looks good what did you use as blocks
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Definately makes a difference, good job looks good!!
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looks great! time to whip out the die grinder on those front bumper horns to lift that bumper yo!
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I so want to do this next on mine. Your truck looks great.
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You need to clean out your bed. Looks pretty good. What style rear bumper are you going with?
Yeah I was surprised how dirty it was. Hopefully this weekend I will get the truck good and clean. Is supposed to be sunny and 60 fri-sun.

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looks good what did you use as blocks
I got the kit from another user. I think the blocks came from a pa kit, but not sure.

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Definately makes a difference, good job looks good!!
Thanks man!

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looks great! time to whip out the die grinder on those front bumper horns to lift that bumper yo!
Maybe this weekend if I have time.

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lookin good!

any pics next to a stock edge?
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I can see what I can do. I sit roughly 2-3" higher roughly.
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Looks good, that little extra flex room. No more rubbing for you!
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Looks good, that little extra flex room. No more rubbing for you!
Yep!
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What style tube bumper are you planning on building?
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I can see what I can do. I sit roughly 2-3" higher roughly.
Hey mike we can do some next to my dads truck. same truck and yr just DSG! I've been meaning to get pics of his truck on here anyway's and it hasn't been rapped yet..lol!!! BTW...BIG Thanks to beard for the on the spot online help!!
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Hey mike we can do some next to my dads truck. same truck and yr just DSG! I've been meaning to get pics of his truck on here anyway's and it hasn't been rapped yet..lol!!! BTW...BIG Thanks to beard for the on the spot online help!!

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not a fan was fine before..
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Should have done a 3in.
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not a fan was fine before..
To bad I like it lol

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Should have done a 3in.
Why so I could have way to much gap between my tire and fender? lol I dont nor need a 3". I am not getting new tires. I am running these into the ground so a 3" would of been to much.
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Looks great... now get 33's and do the 3 inch BL
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Looks great! Did you have to trim the fan shroud or anything like that? Any extensions needed?
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Looks awesome! What size tires are those?
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i do love the new wheels tho..
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looks good man
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nice, i love ure truck!
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Looks great... now get 33's and do the 3 inch BL
You buying? lol

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Looks great! Did you have to trim the fan shroud or anything like that? Any extensions needed?
Thanks and not at all. You have enough slack for a 1" anything past that you need extensions.

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Looks awesome! What size tires are those?
Thanks they are 32x11.5x15

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i do love the new wheels tho..


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looks good man
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