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measurment to top of your roof(rcd w/body lift guys)

I looked in the truck measurment post, but couldnt find the info i needed. RCD is almost done-my 1"bl blocks arent here yet, but i am thinking of going for a 3inch. Problem is my garage door is really low and i just want to make sure it will fit in there. thanks for any help-Ken
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I looked in the truck measurment post, but couldnt find the info i needed. RCD is almost done-my 1"bl blocks arent here yet, but i am thinking of going for a 3inch. Problem is my garage door is really low and i just want to make sure it will fit in there. thanks for any help-Ken
I'm double lifted and I fit in the garage.

Kevoo can fit in the garage too..he's on superlift/bl/35's and he is about as high as he can go on the tbars
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my truck sat at 70" with the body lift, 1.5-2" t-bar crank and 285/75s (~32.8)

i wont see my truck for another 3 weeks but it should be around 75-76" my buddy is 6'3" and stood next to it and they are about the same height..


idk if there are any other trucks on here with a BL and RCD.. someone correct me?
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My garage door has a 6'6" tall opening- sooo it will be pretty close i guess.

I saw some pics of a black ex cab with rcd and 3 inch body lift on here-think his name was Ranger- i pm'd him-hopefully he will get back to me soon.
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just air your tires down worst case
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my truck RCD + 1"BL(sagged coils and no AAL) is 73"

add 2" more BL = 75"

add 35's = 76"

add RCD AAL and new coils = ???

will be very close.
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Man, I couldn't even get in your garage with a 3" BL and 32's because of my lights. They sit at 79" which is 6'7" I pretty scary going into parking garages and the height is 7', looks like I'm going to hit every pillar.
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^ever seen those ones that fold down?
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Yeah, but they are expensive and dull
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If kevoo's truck fit in a garage, one with an RCD should too...it only fits by about an inch, but as far as I remmber, the superlift allows you to crank your torsion bars just a little higher than you can crank those coils.
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