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Lifted Dully

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by TC4x4, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. TC4x4

    TC4x4 1/2 ton status

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    Is it easy or common for dullies to be lifted and how are they for offroading? Better or wrose. Also i am lokkign at buying one so i was wondering this, also anybody with pics can i have them to see if i want to do this or not, let me know guys thanks
     
  2. dhcomp

    dhcomp 3/4 ton status Premium Member

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    no issue with them, except they are HUGE...and you have to run tires in teh back that are tall and narrow, so they won't rub.
     
  3. jackedjimmy350

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    my 87 in progress.

    the pic is just with the front done 6". nothing in the rear yet. im going to go to 4" fronts because the 6" cleared the 34's too much.

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  4. Steve GMC

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    this is not mine, i just found it and thought it looked BADASS.

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  5. Chevy305

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    :bow: :bow: that truck is now my new background! :bow: :bow:
     
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    thatK30guy 1 ton status Premium Member

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    That belongs to member Eric Mannon.
     
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    thatK30guy 1 ton status Premium Member

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    I like it. You didn't lift the rear yet, did you?
     
  8. sweetk30

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    dont do it. it looks killer with the fender gap. nice and beffy. :D

    also i want pics of the rear tires to see how thay look on the rims and betwen them as dullys.
     
  9. Never Satisfied

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    Wow, that looks incredible :eek1:

    I love it!
     
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    Niiiceee! That brown truck just gave me stiffy:D
     
  11. Confedneck79K30

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    brown trucks got a srw 60.... sexy as all hell too!
     
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    Definetly looks like a dually axle to me...
     
  13. Clod_King

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    Man I have been drinking, and I don't want to break the seal (go piss if this is only a Canadian term). But that brown dually made me drop my guard, and I think I let a couple drops go.

    HAHAHAHA

    It reminded me of my old truck, but that one looks sexy, and my truck looked like a cheap whore (appologies to my old truck scotty).

    That has made me want to buy a dually now.
     
  14. Steve GMC

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    i would think its a d70 dually.
     
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    He's referring to the front axle. Those steel rims look so good and shiny I can't tell if it is a SRW or DRW front myself. Bad thing is I just don't remember from when Eric built this thing what he used.:doah:
     
  16. jackedjimmy350

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    nope havent done that yet. still waiting to part out a blazer that im stealing the 4" off of ;)
     
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    gmc4cw 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    thats an AMERICAN term. you canucks couldn't come up with something that witty.:D
     
  18. Clod_King

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    hahaha. I would start writing profanities, but i want to keep my subscription. hahaha!!
     
  19. Confedneck79K30

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    well my drw hubs stick out farther than them, but i imagine with a spacer.... mebbe in cornfused...
     
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    No thats a DRW 60, the center cap and deep dish rims that Eric used re throwing ya. I know my drw hubs only stick out 1- 1 1/2"
     

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