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You have no power over me. You just influence me somewhat. You made my lift happen sooner than it was gonna happen. yea, my dash was already blue when i met ya. I seem to remember be txting you pics of it before you did yours.....lol. Tre, don't be a dik. Mourice, don't be a dik.
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Fine.. I know what you mean... I don't mean to say I MAKE people do things.... I have the power on them to accelerate their rate of mods that get done lol

Back to your thread!
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I'm with Shane, you have no power over me as well. I get ideas from you thats it. Your ego is getting a little to big lately bud. Don't be a assclown man, your better than that
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Mourice, don't be a dik.
You could have atleast spelled my name right
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Sorry that's how you think... I won't post anymore. Peace.
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sorry.....remember, i call ya Mo. lol.
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im gonna stick to 33s no yall can go fight somewhere else haha
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quick ?... would it be easier to clear a 35" AT than a 35" MT with just a bl?
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When refering to a 35 and a body lift, a 35 is too big either way.
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quick ?... would it be easier to clear a 35" AT than a 35" MT with just a bl?
AT by far.
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When refering to a 35 and a body lift, a 35 is too big either way.
Thats your opinion. Just answer the damn question. Just cause you don't it doesnt mean it can't be done.
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Myself, Int3rc3ptor, AkRedRanger, and another member(red xlt) all have(or had) 3" BL and 35's. All have no flares. Some have a cut up valence. Some have no valence. Point is...it can be done. It is proven to fit(with a proper set up). I'm done. good bye to this thread.


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quick ?... would it be easier to clear a 35" AT than a 35" MT with just a bl?
3" BL + 35" AT
3" BL + 35" MT

If the od's are the same....why does it matter if it's an AT or MT? Sarcastic question? i think yes.
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Yeah normally MTs run bigger than ATs
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^^moohahaha

Anyways, this whole ordeal with flexing with 33s+ and tear off your flares, that doesnt apply to stepsides right??? I havent went wheeling yet....Soon im gonna be running a 3 BL and 33's...
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35's will NOT fit on a stock truck with only a body lift; well unless you want to cut the heck out of the fenders.
WRONG! I had a 3" lift and fit 35's no problem. I had 33's STOCK with MINOR rubbing.
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It also depends on Step Side or Regular side.
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hmmmmm 35's with body lift, granted the bars are cranked and shackles but thats not a whole lot more.......and flares to boot.....
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