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4" Lift Pics

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BigCountryx, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. BigCountryx

    BigCountryx 1/2 ton status

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    Don't beat me up, I've been searching, but most of the time when I find a truck that I like the stance of, there are no specs. So if you got 'em, could I see some pics of rigs on 4" with 35" - 38" Tires? (with specs) Thanks
     
  2. GEORGIA GABE

    GEORGIA GABE 1/2 ton status

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    87 k5 4 inch tuff country springs/blocks bfg 35/1250 15 mud terrains[​IMG]
     
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    heres mine 4" ruff country all springs

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  4. cegusman

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    Here is mine with 4"-5" lift with 39.5 boggers and some minor finder trimming
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    5" lift with 35" BFG AT's
     
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    yup, on big dips or bumps i'd rub, not too badly though
     
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    4" procomps front springs with 1" longer shackles, 56" rear's from a 91' 1/2 ton Suburban, 4" flip and 2" longer shackles at 45* angle, 1" ORD body lift, 36 tsl/sx's

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    4" Rough Country all springs, 35" BFG Muds slight fender trimming.

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  13. tRustyK5

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    4-5" of lift (sagged 4" rancho's and 1" BL) and 40's

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    Rene
     
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    Here's mine on 4" rough country springs (front), Echobit shackle flip rear on 35x12.50's... needs a little trim but have not flexed it since I got the tires.[​IMG]
     
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    4" lift with 35" MTR's and minor trimming in front.

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    Here is 4" Roughcountry lift, Rear Blocks No Fender Trimming because even at full flex with the sway bar disconected the 35" tires don't rub on 8" wide rims.
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    And Here is a 4"Tuff Country Lift all Spring with 1" ord zero rate in front, with 37" tires. In these pictures the fender is only trimmed back an inch or 2, it worked for light-medium wheeling if your careful, Currently the fenders are trimmed back to the sliders to allow for full flex but i don't have any pics yet.
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