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What do you guys think?

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Looks good!
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yeah i like it. nice truck!
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x2, good lookin truck. Nice pics in the dusk too. Lovin the 2nd pic.
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second pic= no word comes to mind.
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truck looks really good
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make the 2nd pic your avatar!
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I think I will. Thanks man.
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looks good 2 me
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great pics man, nice truck.
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Looks like a good looking truck. Good pictures.
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looks great. what size are the tires?
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They are the same size as yours... 30's. Plan on going bigger once I need new ones.
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lookin sharp man nice
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They are the same size as yours... 30's. Plan on going bigger once I need new ones.
i thought so. im going with 31's here in a couple of weeks after my mini lift.
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What are you doing to it? I've got a 3" body lift.
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2" Doetsch spacer/shocks and depending on how much lift the front ends up, a 1" block or chevy drop shackle in the rear to level it out. its in the mail as I type
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Nice. I think with your 2" up front, your ride will be pretty close to level. What type of tire are you goin with?
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either 31x10.50 mud terrains (brand undetermined) on my 15x8's or, im throwing my 15x10s back on with some new 29x11.50 Superswampers.

im exactly an inch lower in front so i figure if the spacer gives me 2 in the front, ill be an inch higher than the rear. not going to work for me.
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In that case, just throw a sack of sand or rocks in the back and save your money. I'm pretty sure you can find either laying around.
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He said he will be an inch higher that the rear. Not the rear would be an inch higher. So whAT would sand or rocks do?
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Put weight in the back to somewhat level. Unless he's actually looking for a small lift. But this is pre-lift
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Looks good, but turn off your lights for pictures.
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