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for some reason it sitting next to the other level II with the 31's. the 33's on your truck neil dont look like 33's(i know they are) i guess because there not as wide or something but with out the sideness they dont seem that big....maybe its just an optical alution hell if i know
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where do you see it sitting next to another Level II Zach?
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So lets say I wanted to slap a 3" body lift on teh truck. All the places I've looked only make kits up to 02, maybe I"m not looking in the right place.

Any help on which would be the best.
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where do you see it sitting next to another Level II Zach?
last photo you posted with three trucks.
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So lets say I wanted to slap a 3" body lift on teh truck. All the places I've looked only make kits up to 02, maybe I"m not looking in the right place.

Any help on which would be the best.
02 will fit up to a 05 you will be fine
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02 will fit up to a 05 you will be fine
Danka, any suggestions on a great, easy to install kit?
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Danka, any suggestions on a great, easy to install kit?
the PA one from what i hear is good. from what i understand there all just about the same no real difference
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The one that keeps popping up the most is the Performance Accessories 3" body lift. Anyone with this kit?

Pictures?
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Anyone who has a body lift has the performance accessories lift. There are no other ones for our trucks. Or if there are, nobody's got em. It's a good, sturdy kit and lots of people are very happy with theirs. Install is simple, but strenuous. And of course, it's much cheaper!
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ya besically EVERY truck here has the PA lift
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I had one, loved it:) We all know my thoughts on it.
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Here's a pic of mine, only 3" body lift, almost stock suspension. 35's, fiberglass front and cut rears.

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Well it looks like I may go with the PA then.

Looking at a couple other things also;

Wheel/Tire package

Westin Safari w/Skid

K&N Filtercharger kit.
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dont get a westin angle reducer bar....
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dont get a westin angle reducer bar....
Why not? I don't plan on going anywhere where angle really matters?

95% of this is just for looks.
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i LOVE the looks of those 33x10.50's neil!!

i DEF have to get some now!
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Why not? I don't plan on going anywhere where angle really matters?

95% of this is just for looks.
thats about all its worth. get the bull bar if your into that style its alot beefer looking
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dont get a westin angle reducer bar....
ditto. Even if it is for looks there are alot better looking push bars out there.
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last photo you posted with three trucks.
LIL BLUE is the only Level II in that photo
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