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Old 10-25-2012, 12:46 PM
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Im sure it can be fabbed to work, but if it says that, then yes, your option is a 4" body lift which isn't that bad as they do come with drop brackets to better your CV's and everything else
Yeah I figure I might as well spend the extra money to have a little more peace of mind about my build. But who am I kidding, it'll be a while before I do any of this anyway
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Yeah I figure I might as well spend the extra money to have a little more peace of mind about my build. But who am I kidding, it'll be a while before I do any of this anyway
Preciate the compliment! You can't go wrong with either set-up. One reason I went with the Bilsteins is that they're compatible with a 4" or 6" suspension if I choose to do that in the future.

Btw, a shined up red truck is hard to beat ain't it
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Btw, a shined up red truck is hard to beat ain't it
A shined up black truck could probably beat it

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Preciate the compliment! You can't go wrong with either set-up. One reason I went with the Bilsteins is that they're compatible with a 4" or 6" suspension if I choose to do that in the future.

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A shined up black truck could probably beat it

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technically i have a mix of red AND black so i agree with both of you, but I honestly prefer the red to a black truck. even if it gets me a few more speeding tickets
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technically i have a mix of red AND black so i agree with both of you, but I honestly prefer the red to a black truck. even if it gets me a few more speeding tickets
I prefer anything but black.
It's so time consuming to up keep this thing.
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I prefer anything but black.
It's so time consuming to up keep this thing.
it is very time consuming to keep up these black trucks, sometimes on my days off ill find myself going to the carwash 2 to 3 times just to try and keep in clean for a day, guess thats what i get for having a gravel driveway kicks up dust everytime i pull in lol. Its ok though i still prefer the black on black look myself when washed up good and waxed real good it looks amazing
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I prefer anything but black.
It's so time consuming to up keep this thing.
that brings up a good point.. how DO you wash that thing fast? rappel down a small cliff with a water hose and your truck at the bottom? stand on your roof with a towel at the end of a pole?
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that brings up a good point.. how DO you wash that thing fast? rappel down a small cliff with a water hose and your truck at the bottom? stand on your roof with a towel at the end of a pole?
I have 2 4-step ladders in either side of the truck.
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I thought you used one of those Little Giant ladders lol
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I thought you used one of those Little Giant ladders lol
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I actually use scaffolds
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