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Old 03-23-2016, 05:57 PM   #1
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The closet pic I got on hand to stock (pre-drop)


Lowered with a pretty nice stance as is. Going to redrill the hangers in the next few week.





Did swap out the headlights, clear corners, grille, and tail lights which I can't wait to change. Different than what I was expecting.
Still deciding on a cali combo or a re-skin/rollpan install. I also have to find a door at the local junkyard.
I still want a lower static drop but this is a start.

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Old 03-30-2016, 01:48 PM   #2
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Wanted to see what black rims looked like. Didn't come out too bad. I will def get black wheels if I keep the truck black

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Old 03-31-2016, 04:37 AM   #3
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good looking truck, throw some 20s on it and it will look mint
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good looking truck, throw some 20s on it and it will look mint
20's would be dope. I'll have to see how low it is once I redrill the hangers and crank the torsions more.
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Took a break from the truck to do some fishing this spring. Kind of picked up right where I left off. I pulled the middle leaf this Saturday. Went smooth and sucked some of that unwanted wheel gap up. I also cut my overload back so it sit flush with the main spring.





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Looking good! Is that a 3 or 4 inch block?
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Thanks man. slowly but surely it's getting there.
The blocks are 4" angled belltech
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