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lift is done.. pics

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by K5Greek, Mar 31, 2007.

  1. K5Greek

    K5Greek 1/2 ton status

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    me next to my brothers truck.. he has 6" susp. and 3 inch body. 34" ssr's
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  2. NEK5

    NEK5 3/4 ton status Premium Member

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    Looks good dude, nice work....what are those tires on the lawn there?
     
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    hey just wondering cause im interested in stupid things like this but where di you get that sunroof
     
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    looks nice, any rubbing ?
     
  5. K5Greek

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    33x12.50x15 trxus mts on black rockcrawlers..there for sale!:deal:

    the sunroof was on the truck when i got it, she didnt rub but im sure on a trail or something when im turning and moving it may rub a little
     
  6. Brians89K5

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    Nice truck man, Im running the same tires on a 6 inch lift and I get major rub at full flex. Although I don't have bigger bump stops, may be the reason. I cut my fenders back to combad that problem. Digging the tires? Can't beat em for the price!

    ~Brian
     
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    How much for the tires? :)
     
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    Looking good but I'd trim those fenders before you rip them off!
     
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    I got mine for 250 plus shipping off of ebay.

    ~Brian
     
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    Man, it looks great!
     
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    Looks great bro. I really like the look of the tall "skinny" type tires as opposed to the 13.5 to 15.5 sizes. Very nice.
     
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    actually i like them.. in the morning and stuff ill feel the flat spot for like a minute or two then they ride better.. they are unbalanced too and drive great at 50 mph..of course, it helps that its getting warmer out.. how do yours act? mine are alittle rough from maybe 0-35 40 but after that they are pretty smooth

    i got mine for 275+ shipping new on ebay.. not too bad
     
  14. K5Greek

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    haha nice chop!
     
  15. K5Greek

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    i know im going to need to trim but im scared! trust me ive seen my work using a sawzall to cut my exhaust off and i dont wanna ruin my fenders:haha:
     
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    looks good. how much lift do you have? i was out one day w/ your brother last year doing a little ice breaking by atsion. wanted to put in in perspective how much bigger yours is.
     
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    when i was stock with 33's, his truck was all modded we were the same height.. i have a 4 inch lift and 36" tires now so im probably like 5-6 inches taller
     
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    If you use a cut off wheel you can go slower and you have less of a chance of having a sawzall get away from you. I really like my tires, I have been very satisified with their performance. I kinda wished they were standard 16 inch because now I am going to one ton gear and I am having difficulty figuring out if I want to stay with a 16.5 rim. The flat spots drive me nuts but I can't complain too much because they are CHEAP! Heres a pic of how I trimmed my fender. I used a cut off wheel and took my time It still rubs on the inner fender at full flex, but I just need to get some bigger bump stops to stop that. I really dig your truck, and I think these tires look mean as hell on them!

    ~Brian

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    Wow..nice looking blazer and the above one is really nice too ^ and I agree with the tall "skinny"(12.5" wide) type tires..they look the best IMO too
     
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    looks good
     

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