Last week on our trip to Lancaster, Pa to pick up the 44 inch Ground Hawgs we saw a Chevy long bed with thirty inches of lift. This thing made fifteen inches of lift look small. The truck had a custom four inch body lift. The suspension was in the form of 12 inch Super lift springs. The other 14 inches was made from custom drop brackets for all the spring attaching points. The brackets were all welded together to form an undercarage cage. The truck was so large that I stood straight up under it to check out the NP 205. The door handles were in the bottom corners of the door and it road on 44 inch Swampers, that looked like 31's. The truck used a divorced 205 for the driveshaft angles and some really old closed knuckle axles. The strangest thing was the steering. It used a semi-crossover steering that went to the middle of the truck and then attached to a bar that went front to rear,(like manuel clutch linkage). It then used that bar to pivot and a new custom cage like linkage that when down and out to the tierods from the midddle. The person that owned it says its to big for the road and only been moved a few times but was taken to Carlisle Pa last year and driven at the truck event. Any one else see it? And no I left the camara at home, Sucks.