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Old 06-16-2009, 08:52 PM
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Default Any word on bigger lifts for the 2009's??

Ok, so like the title says, I'm looking for info on anyone working on bigger lifts for the 09's. I'm looking for 8-10". I have an 07 with a 6" suspension and 3" body lift with 37" tires, hoping if I decide to spring for an 09 I'll be able to have a little more lift and get 40" tires under there. I'd go the 6in susp. 3in body lift again, but I'd rather go all suspension this time.

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