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Old 08-15-2008
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Icon10 Pic request please!!

Can somone post up some comparison pics for me..Im looking for a Front pic of a 3" BL with 33's on 15x10 and 33's on 15x8, showing the width sticking out (offset whatever, just note it)..

ALSO, can someone post a pic of there bumper and valance with tow hooks after a BL, i know you gotta cut the bumper!!!

Thanks a million, if ya post...duh
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Cant help with the tire pics as I have 16x8's

However, you dont have to gut the bumper for your tow hooks.
THis is my '99 with 3" BL

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well you had to remove yours completely...Did you weld that block your tow hooks are screwed into??....BTW thats a nice pic of the snow there.:)
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The previous owners did it. It is just a solid block that is drilled completely through. Bolts run up through the frame an bolt at the top. It was very solid

I had to go an booger it up though. Pulled them off as I had an Idea for a skid plate. So know I gotta go cut off some tubing thats welded to the blocks and the bolts are boogered up. Gotta get that fixed an back on, thanks for reminding me.
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heres my 33 muds, with 3" body lift...3.75 backspacing 15x8 steelies

hope this helps
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thank you very much jyle, that WAS what i was looking for....Thanks man, nice of 2 people to post!!
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Hey ranger 1999, its about time you lifted your truck! lol, jk man, id post up pics of mine, but they wouldnt help as i have 35's.. and the sl on.. SO whats up bro?
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the best i got. They hang out about a good inch or so. 15x10s look better with flares. 15x8s if u dont have flares. IMO Mine already sling rocks like a mo fo. 15x10s on a non flared truck would stick out 2" or more and it would destroy your paint. IMO
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33s on 15x8 w/ 3inch body lift
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the best i got. They hang out about a good inch or so. 15x10s look better with flares. 15x8s if u dont have flares. IMO Mine already sling rocks like a mo fo. 15x10s on a non flared truck would stick out 2" or more and it would destroy your paint. IMO

yeah good call..I prob need to stick with the 15x8's i have now...I sling rocks purty good to..Thanks for posting, man your truck is baaaddd...I want some new wheels too when i get new tires and 4.56s...I am iffy on those you have, and some DC-1s....
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33s on 15x8 w/ 3inch body lift




that looks good, they dont stick out to far at all...I was just thinking 12.50 may be too wide for a 8" wheel...But i guess not...thank you
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Her backspacing looks pretty low, thats why it doesn't stick out to much. Backspacing makes a bigggg difference on how far your tire will stick out.
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dang what a beast of a truck...Tires are WIDDDEE...They have to rub eh??

Im gonna get new wheels to i think, i dont like these i have anymore...Im gonna get those summit pro comp knock offs, the black ones with a silver lip..

Thanks for that post man
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tires dont rub I had to do real minor trimming on the front plastic valance and then on the fender flairs but it was minor. If you articulate alot then it stuffs the back tires in to the flair but it dosnt hurt anything just gotta be careful. But I have been mobbing through the dunes and mud and rough *** roads and dont have a problem with rubbing at all.




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dang what a beast of a truck...Tires are WIDDDEE...They have to rub eh??

Im gonna get new wheels to i think, i dont like these i have anymore...Im gonna get those summit pro comp knock offs, the black ones with a silver lip..

Thanks for that post man
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chad, is the 3 in bodylift all you have lift wise on your truck
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here ya go

what size rims are those 15x8 or 15x10 and what backspacing or brand are they
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what size rims are those 15x8 or 15x10 and what backspacing or brand are they
Judging by this pic i had saved....i'd say 15x8 w/ 4" backspace. At that angle with a 10", you would not see the center cap.

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