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Dude ryan, that's a perfect addition to this thread! haha.
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Alright! sorry about the snow guys. got 6 " today so far,

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just go buy a couple 4" lift blocks, take out you stock one and there you go.

would be better than HP's
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Good God.....
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Wow that is some scary **** there. I am so glad he doesn't live around me.
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Am I the only one who thinks that those pucks look like they are bulging already. For the safety of everyone else in your area take them out. If they are giving you no lift why have them.
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Looks like the kinda work found on this truck:

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Where can you get the 1" beltech shackles cheapest?
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Where can you get the 1" beltech shackles cheapest?
The same place as a real body lift
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Man you really need to use the search button. Use google. Use the computer and research anything you do from here on out on your truck before you go and do it.

You should have your license suspended for doing something like that or even trying it. Possibly one of the worst ideas ever thought of not to mention done.

If you're all about "cheapest" why did you buy an fx4?
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Looks like the kinda work found on this truck:








oh trevor...shut up....you thought this truck was built "properly". lol.
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or get an AAL,

simple and cheap
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This thread goes along the same line as thinking that you will get more horse power by putting sugar in your gas tank. Witch is not possible....unless you put chains on your rims.








BlackonBlackFX4 that was a joke. It will not give you more horsepower. Don't do it
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How did they bend the leaf springs like that
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This thread goes along the same line as thinking that you will get more horse power by putting sugar in your gas tank. Witch is not possible....unless you put chains on your rims.








BlackonBlackFX4 that was a joke. It will not give you more horsepower. Don't do it
Just becuase my hockey puck idea was a fail doesnt mean im retarted
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At one point, yes I thought it was right. Til I figured out how to use search and google. And ws basically scaulded at here for that thought lol

Now it's my turn to return the favor.
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Who the hell puts hockey pucks in their rear suspension thinking it will give them lift anyways?!

If it hasn't been done already, at least something with suspension, don't you think there's a damn good reason why?
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Just becuase my hockey puck idea was a fail doesnt mean im retarted
Your not retarded just......... New very very new. So new that you still have the factory smell.
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now we have a good recent thread for anyone else wanting a hockey puck lift that searches will see and get to read and decide no
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At least I would hope they decide not to after this thread.

epic fail.
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Get better pictures without the snow there so I can make motivational posters to post all over the internet. Thank you
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for $3,500 thats a steal.











NOT!!!
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It did have a 351w in it though. That was a plus.
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I'm gunna pull out those hopefully tommorow. And order the shackles as soon as my credit card clears up
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