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Old 02-25-2013, 11:00 AM
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but it looks so purty without steps, have you considered power steps? obviously expensive as hell but it works pretty damn well for your situation. You don't want them, but she does, you don't want chrome, they're not... you get where I'm going with this lol
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here are a couple more recent pics after taking off the steps.


The dilemma i am having now is that the wife wants the steps back on. And I am trying to remove all the chrome form the truck. I was planning on selling the steps to make money to have the rear bumper powder coated. But it looks like now I may have to find another way to make a bit more money and have the steps and bumper done at the same time. The steps do fill the gap between the body and ground a bit more and give the appearance of sitting lower though.


Truck looks GREAT ! Love the Nitto's have ran many sets of the 420S.. Great Tire

Looks good without the steps... BUT. maybe if you black them out it
will hide them a bit AND keep the wife happy ?


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thats kind of what i am wondering, Its going to cost about $300 to have the steps and the rear bumper powder coated.
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Wow lots of great looking trucks in this thread!!!
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Modified McGaughy's kit to 3/5, QA1 adjustable shocks, Spohn link bars and panhard bar, Hellwig bars F/R, 22" SRT's with 305/40/22 Pirelli P Zero Assimetrico tires.

Love the color and wheel choice. Looks sick
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heres my 2012 with a McGaughys 2/4 drop




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looks great man, your front should be dropping just a little bit more when the suspension settles
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I don't know man, it's been a week
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im still waiting to see who brings out a lower then 2/4 kit for the 4th gens, McG says theyve had alot of requests but arent making anything yet due to the rear coil spring design!
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im still waiting to see who brings out a lower then 2/4 kit for the 4th gens, McG says theyve had alot of requests but arent making anything yet due to the rear coil spring design!
If you want to go lower get some air bags. There's set ups out there that allow you to drop lower to the point where your tires and fenders almost touch, it's when you try to go past that you need to notch the back.
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