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Lifting for 37 inch boggers

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by howdiy, May 28, 2005.

  1. howdiy

    howdiy 1/2 ton status

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    I want to run 37 inch boggers on my truck and needed some opinions of suspension.For fitment of the 37s i was thinking 52 inch front springs and maybe shackles?Could you give me a link were i can get shackles that would work.For the back i want you guys to tell me what gives the most flex. This is my first time building a trail truck. The other trucks i built were just for mud. Im willing to trim fenders becuase i want the best COG and flex possible.

    Thanks,
    Chris
     
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    Well if you really want low COG, I just put 37" Trxus MT's on a 4" lift. I'm running 17"x8" rims with 4 and a half inch BS. Trim, trim, trim!
     
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    Have any pics from the side?
     
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    Not yet. I'll post some on Monday or so. Do you want to see it before or after the trimming?
     
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    Yeah that whould help about how much to trim out.
     
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    Here are those pics. I still haven't got around to trimming.

    s Front.jpg

    s Rear.jpg
     

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