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Old 10-04-2011, 05:13 PM   #61
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flex it OUT!!
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Old 10-05-2011, 12:20 PM   #62
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Yeah with your nice shock spring set up and long radius arms that truck will flex out really nice! You might even be able to get ride of some of the body lift to make it a more stable trail tuck as well! just my thoughts.
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Old 10-06-2011, 12:34 AM   #63
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Yeah with your nice shock spring set up and long radius arms that truck will flex out really nice! You might even be able to get ride of some of the body lift to make it a more stable trail tuck as well! just my thoughts.
i want to take the body lift off but idk when i can cause i need to work out the ABS... but i hope it will flex cause i got really strong springs.
but after ithe snow season and i have cash i want to throw on the dana 60!!! and make it a trail truck and do moter work and take off all the emmissions shit and make it sick... just a thought
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How should I ditch it? Just take it all out!?
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Old 10-10-2011, 12:40 AM   #66
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flex it OUT!!
im so dumb!!!! i forgot that my grandpa has a tractor and i can flex out hahah we work there like everyday haha
so today me and my bud went out for dinner and got a few shots, now the tractor is old so the bucket has its days so we got it half up but it looks good
ALSO I WENT CRAZY WITH THE PHOTO'S!!!!!
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thats pretty good, just ditch the body lift and it would look tons better
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very nice!
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agreed.. ditch the body lift. it actually flexes more than i thought it would... i had little hopes. most trucks that tall are done w/ just super stiff and posers only.
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agreed.. ditch the body lift. it actually flexes more than i thought it would... i had little hopes. most trucks that tall are done w/ just super stiff and posers only.
Yeah I want that body lift gone!!! And get 39.5 but thanks guys! It flexed more then I thought also but the back tires didn't come off so it should have more to go but the tractors hydroids are old so I'm going to find a ramp
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