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Old 09-01-2010
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*Lift pictures needed*

Hey guys I am going to try to rebuild my lift options thread and need some new pictures.

I need 1 picture for each of the lift options but I want all the pictures the same.

so I am looking for the driver side square on with the truck on a level surface, please also post a brief description with your lift, tire size and wheel size.

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So what I need are the following

T-bar crank 1-2 in stock tires

bigger tires + tbar crank (4 different trucks) 33x10.5 / 32x11.5 / 265/75 / 285/75s

1in Body lift

3in PA Body lift 33x12.5

Superlift 4in 33x12.5

RCD 5.5in suspension lift 33x12.5

Dixion brothers Racing LT 4x4 kit (3000+)

Double lift Bl + Suspension 35 and 37 in tires.

Solid Axel Swap

Thanks guys

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265/75-16 with crank to level. and stock 16x7s?



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Not listed as being needed, but here is my contribution anyway.

Short description –

4" Superlift w/ coil-over’s, 6” lift leaf springs, and 1.5" shackles – 285’s on 16x8’s.

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I know you didnt ask for it but...lol
RCD with 35x12.50
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Hey Mike.... I got pics that compare the doubled heights of RCD vs Superlift...both on 35's. But they're front on shots. IMO, I sorta think that may be a needed item. I also sorta think there should be 3/4 view since that tends to be the most common pics taken and is a better representation of the lift/wheel/tire setup. I can't be much help if it's only side pics though...only the double lift side view which is like 2 years old. lol.


Sorry I never got around to fixing up your thread when I was still a moderator.
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Hey Mike.... I got pics that compare the doubled heights of RCD vs Superlift...both on 35's. But they're front on shots. IMO, I sorta think that may be a needed item. I also sorta think there should be 3/4 view since that tends to be the most common pics taken and is a better representation of the lift/wheel/tire setup. I can't be much help if it's only side pics though...only the double lift side view which is like 2 years old. lol.


Sorry I never got around to fixing up your thread when I was still a moderator.
My problem with the 3/4 view is non of them will be the same, no mater what you will get some change in perspective, if we do them all square on the same side of the truck each picture will have almost the exact same perspective.
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My problem with the 3/4 view is non of them will be the same, no mater what you will get some change in perspective, if we do them all square on the same side of the truck each picture will have almost the exact same perspective.
True, but I think it will still serve the same purpose, which is why I went ahead and added mine. The only real difference is that the pics won’t be uniform. Do you even want my set-up? If so, I can take some new pics today from the side view.
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True, but I think it will still serve the same purpose, which is why I went ahead and added mine. The only real difference is that the pics won’t be uniform. Do you even want my set-up? If so, I can take some new pics today from the side view.
If you get a chance and take new picture or two post them up you have a good set up. I'm an engineer so I like uniform, lol.
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I've got this one covered - 4" Superlift/shackles/AAL, 33x12.50 tires on 15x10" wheels, bars are not cranked at all.

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RCD with 33"x12.5"

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I've got this one covered - 4" Superlift/shackles/AAL, 33x12.50 tires on 15x10" wheels, bars are not cranked at all.

PERFECT!! Thank you
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Updated my post above with side view picture.
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sweet well that gives me 2 usable pictures thanks guys
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t-bar crank, belltech shackles, 1" BL, 285/75/R16
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Maxxed t-bars and 285/75R16
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4" Superlift, 3" bodylift, 35x12.50R15's on 15x10's

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3" PA Body lift
15x8 wheels 3.75 BS -19mm OS
33/12.50 km2s
#1 Bars Cranked with stock 2.5 or 3 inch blocks cant remember which ones i have
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235/75/15s with T-bar crank to levelish. Stock 15x7s.

I have some before the T-bar crank if that would help.
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Cranked 1-codes, 1" Body Lift, 265/75R16---y'all know they're almost a 32"---on 16"x8"
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i know its not square on but its close
3 inch body lift
3 inch factory lift blocks rear - t bars not touched
33/10.5/15 goodyear wranglers
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Hey Mike, I'd edit my earlier post but I can't. Here's my official entry.....


4" Superlift, 3" bodylift, 35x12.50's on 15x10's.

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*I really really need to get my gap guards on finally. lol.

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Maxxed T-bars with stock tires LOL



Maxxed T-bars with 285/75/16

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