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Looks very nice. You gonna put some tires on it?
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Looks good man, going to check out that coil spacer myself.
Can't wait till you get some rims and wrap some 35s on her!
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Was wondering this exact set up
Looks great
Thank you
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Looks great. I plan to run the same setup if my 2013 ever comes in! With 35" Toyo all terrains. I won't do the 1.25" BL though. I agree though our 4x4s should sit that high from the factory. The stock height is only half inch over 2wd. You can't visually tell them apart easily anymore other than the badging.
If you get a chance I'd like to see a photo of the front suspension - mainly the CV angles.
Thanks, I would highly recommend this setup. It looks even better in person. There's also the increased ride quality that the bilsteins give that's a definite bonus! I will get some pictures under the truck sometime this week for you

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Looks very nice. You gonna put some tires on it?
I'm thinking about it, and probably will want them even more once I put the body lift on, but we just got news that we most likely will be PCS'ing (military) in the next few months so I'll just wait to see what happens with that first.

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Looks good man, going to check out that coil spacer myself.
Can't wait till you get some rims and wrap some 35s on her!
Thanks brother, can't wait to see your rig with the spacer, even though it looks SICK already

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Looks good man!
Body lift will require thicker meat
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Looks great man!!
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Well I got the body lift on a little over a week ago and I'm very satisfied with the way she sits. Definitely could use some new tires, and I will most likely put on some 35's this summer. But that said, it doesn't look weird at all in person!

So here's as she sits, 3.5" up front (bilsteins + 1.25 bl) and 2.25" in the rear (1" spacer + bl)





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Thanks brother. Judging by your sig we have similar tastes in trucks! Mine will eventually have a 4 or 6" RCX and some black FUEL wheels too!
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Looks great and like you said the tires aren't out of place with the lift installed. The bigger tires will fill that nicely in the Summer. It actually almost looks like a stock with 17's for spacing.
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Looks GREAT man!
It will look killer with the 35's

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So here's as she sits, 3.5" up front (bilsteins + 1.25 bl) and 2.25" in the rear (1" spacer + bl)





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