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Evan's truck will always be Zach's truck's little brother.......zach is lifted, then evans is lifted. zach went to sas, and evan got his old suspension lift. zach redid sas, and evan got his sas. vicious cycle. wonder what's next! lol.
gotta let zach do it first so he can master it on his truck. then hes ready to do it to mine..lol
i used a 79 bronco d44. i have a 9 in i have to rebuild for the rear. gotta let the bank build up a little tho. that front axle cost a lot to put under.
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^^ we were going to do it but forgot about it. thanks for the comments guys. i made it home alittle bit ago from indy.
you should update your sig.
what's stuffed in the front?

4wd?
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Zach, you know your next step is 40's...don't fool anyone
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can you even stuff the 37 into the fenderwell or the bed side?

i know on my bed the 35s looked like they were the biggest tire you could stuff in.
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can you even stuff the 37 into the fenderwell or the bed side?

i know on my bed the 35s looked like they were the biggest tire you could stuff in.
35's will rub bad when you stuff them. no way a 37 can b stuffed in there.

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what's stuffed in the front?

4wd?
better?
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Two of my favorite trucks on R-F, good job guys. Me next, what do ya say?

I miss Indiana, it's so green!
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35's will rub bad when you stuff them. no way a 37 can b stuffed in there.
my 35s never had a "bad" rubbing problem i had to cut some off the pass side wheel well... minus the front fenders now when i hit **** hard.


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What no flex pictures.

Glad you made it home safe Evan.
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Luckies.
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Good lookin trucks. Hopefully Ill be there soon.
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you should update your sig.
what's stuffed in the front?

4wd?
its 4wd and functional. had the driveshaft made on Friday

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can you even stuff the 37 into the fenderwell or the bed side?

i know on my bed the 35s looked like they were the biggest tire you could stuff in.
Sure why not? Paint is missing from the flares all the time, who cares it just paint.

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What no flex pictures.

Glad you made it home safe Evan.

Evan didn't want to flex his truck because the lower buckets he had are not in good shape at all. He needs to get those replaced before he goes flexing around, those retainers are almost rusted away. lol
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i just didnt know if it would physically fit.
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very nice, very nice
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looks good fellas....as always
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Looks good guys.
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i just didnt know if it would physically fit.
well after you said it I thought I needed to go find a really good place to put it in a bind, I'll see what I can find.
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very nice guys good work!
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well after you said it I thought I needed to go find a really good place to put it in a bind, I'll see what I can find.
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Yall have to very beautiful. I would love to have one that big and built.
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i want...
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Dank.
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zach that bumper is killer....you make that?
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Yeah Jacob I did. thanks!
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dont know if i missed it but was it in your build thread(or one of...)???? that looks sweet. i have been thinking about a tubed bumper for a long time but didnt know how it would look. now i know it would look awesome. just have to incorporate my hitch into it..
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