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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Mcgwirejh, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. Mcgwirejh

    Mcgwirejh Registered Member

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    i have a 1982 chevy 1/2 ton long bed 4x4 has a 6 inch lift on it i have 37 inch tires on it but im thinking about putting a 3 inch body lift on it to m ake it a total of 9 inchs with 37 does anyone have pics of this setup.
     
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    divorced 3/4 ton status

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    Welcome to the forums :thumb:

    Here is 6" suspension with a 3" body lift and 38.5" Ground Hawgs, which measured right at 37" actual height.

    Why do you want a body lift?





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    Mcgwirejh Registered Member

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    they come to close and i dont wanna trim they are goodyear mtr 37x12.50R15 and they are on 15x10 rims
     
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    When I had 9" and 35's my tires still rubbed my un-trimmed fenders. Here is a pic of the 38's (measuring 37") when I was in a ditch. the tires are straight and it still hit's the fender, if I would turn to the right it would have really smashed the fender.

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