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Finally got my new leafs put in the other day.

back sits a few inches higher.

plans for spring is to add a 1'' body lift, crank the bars a little more. and put sliders on it.

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Looks good.
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Do the 3" BL.
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Do the 3" BL.
eh, i don't need that much, i don't rub right now anyways, just want that extra inch. 3 would make it to tall imo.
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I agree... Do the 3"
Imo the 1" is not worth it at all.
Hell my 3"lift isn't enough
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eh, i don't need that much, i don't rub right now anyways, just want that extra inch. 3 would make it to tall imo.
If you want an extra inch, crank the t-bars a little more.
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I think your truck would be Awesome with 1" more. I think 3" would be too much.
your truck looks awesome.
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Very nice... I like that rack! And I agree... 3" BL would be too much with the look you have going!
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Do the 3" BL.
Naa to much
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eh, i don't need that much, i don't rub right now anyways, just want that extra inch. 3 would make it to tall imo.
Do a 2"!
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Under the hood pics next lol Sharp truck you got there.
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Under the hood pics next lol Sharp truck you got there.
Under the hood just looks like a stock expo, nothing fancy there. haha.
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