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Old 08-09-2012, 11:04 AM
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DAAAYYYYYUUUMMMMM...those are big! Not my style but you tastefully did it I have to say..
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I read the thread title and expected not to like it because personally big wheels on trucks is not my taste, but I actually think it looks really good. Very tastefully done sir!
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I read the thread title and expected not to like it because personally big wheels on trucks is not my taste, but I actually think it looks really good. Very tastefully done sir!
Haha like I said earlier. I am with you guys, big rims on trucks is not my thing, but this truck pulls them off in some weird way. To almost the point that each time I come back to this thread I start to fall in love with them.
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Not my tatse, but good job.

I have the rear dropped 2" level, and carried 1700 lbs of sod with out hitting the bump stops or bottoming out. Carried 900 lbs another time and it only squatted maybe 1/2".

I would think you would be safe hauling 500 lbs with cut springs. But then again with the wheels being so big, you may rub a bit.

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Can u give me specifics on ur leveling kit.i am looking at putting 26" wheels really soon also.and i love that you actually have some tire on there instead of those super skinny ones.i do want mine to sit level since i dont haul anything so i shudnt need any on the back.what brand or type of leveling kit is it? Where can i purchase it?? Did you upgrade ur brakes and rotors or didnt need to??
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As much info as you could give me would really help alot. Thank you.
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Haha like I said earlier. I am with you guys, big rims on trucks is not my thing, but this truck pulls them off in some weird way. To almost the point that each time I come back to this thread I start to fall in love with them.
That means alot. I spend alot of time planning and designing how I want my cars to come out in the long run, after countless late nights this is what I came up with, everyone told me it wouldn't fit, or look right. But, I love how it came out.

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Can u give me specifics on ur leveling kit.i am looking at putting 26" wheels really soon also.and i love that you actually have some tire on there instead of those super skinny ones.i do want mine to sit level since i dont haul anything so i shudnt need any on the back.what brand or type of leveling kit is it? Where can i purchase it?? Did you upgrade ur brakes and rotors or didnt need to??
3" heavy metal leaving kit, got it on ebay. I would even say do a 2.5" if your not gonna lift the rear, when I did just the front, the front looked higher then the rear. Didn't do a big break kit yet. In the plans, only time I wish I had it was hauling, daily driving with no weight its fine.
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biggboy ur truck looks awesome dont let anyone tell u any different
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molina take a look at the bilstien adjustables to lift the front and ur brakes should be fine for awhile but all taht extra weight will eventually lead to replacement
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Thats hot. I like it
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