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anyone remember the "3 coke can" lift?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by beater_k20, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. beater_k20

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    maybe if he was planning to to put 48" IROKs :rolleyes:
    I wonder how he is going to put the grocerys in back with a rollpan :doah:
     
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    now thats just sexy :( :( :doah:

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    he has a lot of money into that truck. some people lift trucks for show, some for playing. he obviously is all about show, and i think that will be a really cool truck despite gas prices... im sure 49" iroks will be the hot ticket on that burb...

    anyone know proper gearing for tires that big? in the 6's?
     
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    The proper gears for 49's really isn't possible with a 14 bolt. I'd say rocks would probably be his best option.
     
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    ......at least it's already sitting in a litter box.
     
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    It could be worse. It could be a 3 coke can body lift.
     
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    Did you notice that in his description he says" It's a 15" custom lift designed to ride smooth"

    15" lift......ride smooth... :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    that was my thought :haha:

    that looks a little scary though for my style of driving :D

    quite david and ira :p:
     
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    Amen to that :eek1: :haha: :D

    Ira
     
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    i wouldnt classify it as safe, but i wouldnt say its 'unsafe' either, you just cant be driving it like its a stocker.

    designed to ride smooth? id LOVE to see the spring rate on those. probably above 1000.
     
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