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very sick
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nice work man! that looks great. i freakin love how your truck looks
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my truck AGAIN envies you!! looks sick bro
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i would jizz my pants every time i saw my truck if it looked like that... well done. I cant wait till i get mine SAS and lifted.. Thinking only 6-7" total lift MAX... start with 4" tho. only wanna run 33's.
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Thread is 5 months old, haha. Way to dig it up tho.
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oops.. my bad... i was looking at his project thread lol
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Lol. Thanks anyways.
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Your saying thanks, for him wanting to jizz on your truck? Interesting...
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i would jizz my pants every time i saw my truck if it looked like that... well done. I cant wait till i get mine SAS and lifted.. Thinking only 6-7" total lift MAX... start with 4" tho. only wanna run 33's.
if you only want to run 33's there is no point in doing an SAS. through the superlift kit under it and it will be fine. do the coilover swap and you will get rid of the tbars, so you will be even better. But seriously an SAS swap for 33's is a waste
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The final goal is to have this be an off road monster and get another vehicle for the DD. Over the course of a few years. I figure if I do it right the first time (ie SAS) it'll be easier when I'm ready to throw some 35 and bigger rubbers on it, when I'm ready to.
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why not build it for the 35's the first time? makes more sense. it will cost pretty much the same and you only have to do it once.
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if you only want to do it once and want it to be an "off road monster" you need a dana 60 front axle and sterling 10.25 or 14bolt rear axle.... thats how "do it right"!
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damn... there is no cheap way about this... ok.. I'll figure something out then... lmao.. Somehow I am going to get some extra ground clearence out of it for now, then make it bigger and beefier later. It will probably be a 2 step (ok, probably more) process. either SL it, then D60 later, or SAS D30 it, then D60 later.
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You're right there is no cheap way. And no matter what route you go you'll always want better.
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well, I could always get a diesel F250, lift it 10" and throw some 38's on it XD
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^ that would be gay.
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