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Old 01-05-2013, 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by jgos929 View Post
Looks higher in the front to me but its a nice looking truck. Just curious why the big lift and tires if its only 2wd?
I've always been a fan of big trucks but don't have a need for 4x4. I'm going to go with the bodylift next which I've seen another 2012 1500 in perso with the set up I want and it looks nice.

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Originally Posted by Grubrunner View Post
Yeah the front looks to sit noticeably higher.

Angle of the image or is it the way it is?
Might just be the angle of the picture. It looks even in person but now that y'all say that I'm going to go put a tape measure to it.

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Originally Posted by mikennrg View Post
If you get a body lift I'd suggest getting gap guards. If the body lift isn't enough and you add a 7'' suspension lift your existing tires are going to look tiny.
Once I get the 3' body lift I'm upgrading my tires and wheels so I won't have the stocks on anymore.
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