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Lift Laws

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BlazerGuy, Aug 21, 2000.

  1. BlazerGuy

    BlazerGuy 3/4 ton status

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    Anybody know a website that has the lift laws for all fifty states? Thanks.

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  2. 84k5

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    What about tire widths? How does tire width relate to fender/body width? I thought there was something about that, too.

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  5. slodawg

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    Some thing like your tires can only stick out past the fender so many inches. I dont think my state has that with the number of idiots riding around with their lowriders and tires about 5-8 inches out. Let a 4x4er do it and then theyed say something though.

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  6. S10-4x4

    S10-4x4 1/2 ton status

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    Whoa...look at Colorado....
    "No Lifts Allowed!!"

    Thats gotta suck royal donkey doo doo....

    S10-4x4


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    I saw that too.It obviously hasn't stopped any of us Coloradans though.Technically'I think it's saying that the bumper has to be at the stock height,or at leat stock mounting on the frame.If it's true I know a whole buttload of us here that are in deep do do,hehehehe.Yeah right.
     
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    70jimmy 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Lift Laws in Colorado dont seem to be enforced, However some of the other laws that have to do with height are such as headlight and tailight height, beams of headlights being blinding. There is still a stutute on the books that makes altering of suspension systems illegal. Although you wouldnt know it with all the low riders. The statute does allow for replacement of worn springs however. I have heard of some officers stating that anything with blocks has been lifted. Guess they didnt look hard at Ford highboys which are factory with blocks.
     

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