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according to "ask a trooper" a MN site for automotive questions that MN troopers answer, in MN a trucks height is measured from the BOTTOM of the bumper to the ground and if your valance is on, they measure from THAT to the ground. the MN law states a trucks bumper must be no higher than 30" from the bottom of the bumper to the ground, so, like stated earlier, if you've got a valance, your truck can be lifted higher than a truck without a valance. woo hoo keep those valances on!

also, in MN a cars bumper cannot exceed 24".
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You live in a stupid state.

Move.
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Minnesota = land of 10,000 liberals
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Florida = land of no enforcement of automotive laws =]
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Pretty much lol
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california = gay.
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LIFT LAWS SUCK!!!

On a ranger 7" is max lift and tires cant go more than 8" above stock! 350's can go like 13" but 38's are the biggest tire alowed in Jersey
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Yea I've seen some crazy lifted trucks here in FL. I saw one not too long ago driving around the streets around my house, it was an Excursion but lifted so I could easily walk under it without hitting my head. That thing was crazy. Also if you drive out to redneck town a 10in lift is normal on all trucks. You have to pretty much lift your truck a few feet to call it lifted.
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In NY.. Nobody really lowers nor lifts anything so.. NY = BORING!
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that not bad
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Same with Indiana.
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WV SUCKS i HATE lift laws tires can't stick out at all and we have ride hieght limits I wanna move LOL
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