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Old 03-25-2006
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BL Q's

I know, BL aren't great choice for beating but truck won't see much of that with 2wd. I am planning on putting a BL on once I am done with the 5.5" suspension lifting, and am curious about things that need moved, such as fan shroud, break lines, or anything at all that needs to be extended or move(except exaust, and bumpers and hitch, know about those). Friend did a BL on his nissan and had to move shroud, instead just removed it, not what I would have done, but not my truck. Point is I want to know what I am getting into, I like to make sure that things are done the right way and not "getto rigged". Thanks for all the pointers you can throw my way.

P.S. 5.5" suspension and BL, will it clear 35"s allright you think?
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Old 03-25-2006
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yeas what your trying to do will clear 35's with ease i believe....
all you have to worry about moveing up is the radiatior....and if you can lift your cab in the air 3 inch's then u can do the radiatior
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Old 03-27-2006
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You can beat a truck with a BL, I did and so have many others.

You should be able to clear 35's with both.
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