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My new 42" boots and 17" beadlocks!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by DPI, May 7, 2005.

  1. DPI

    DPI 1/2 ton status

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    42" IROKs on 17x10 MRW wheels with aluminum beadlocks.

    I flexed it out a little yesterday and I am going to need to do a little more trimming on the rear of the front fenders. :)

    Before beadlocks with 38s:
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    With Beadlocks, 42s IROKs, and 2" rear wheel spacers:
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  2. sapper

    sapper 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Very nice, so are you going to keep it and two?
     
  3. Scott39

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    SWEET, that is the same tire that I want to run, but I`am going to do way more trimming and keep it lower.
     
  4. big pappa b

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    Nice :pimp: Looks like some trimming is in order, if you plan on wheeling more than the mall :blush: ...j/k :)
     
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    :drool:


    yeah, what's the deal? are you keeping it?
     
  6. nvrenuf

    nvrenuf NONE shall pass! Premium Member

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    Where's the spare? :wink1:

    Looks really good, glad to see you changed your mind.
     
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    what back bumper is that?
     
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    dp makes those bumpers himself
     
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    That truck is more bada$$ everytime I see it. Glad to see you are keeping it, Daniel. Beadlocks look good, too. How's the 2.5 project coming?

    John
     
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    what kinda back spacing are you running , I saw the 2 in spacer in the back.

    Looks SWEET :pimp: :pimp: :pimp:
     
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    make me a back bumper$$$$$ :grin:
     
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    what lift are you running...those 42's look and fit great
     
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    Looks tight!

    devin- IIRC it's around 8" or so.
     
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    cool thanks
     
  15. DPI

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    I got it crossed up pretty good. It rubs on hard turns - which is unacceptable. More trimming is coming. As soon as I find time to do it. I got the full hydraulic setup working on the '89... That is taking all my time.
     
  16. DPI

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    Yep - for now.
     
  17. DPI

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    Thanks. The wheels are 4.25" backspaced...
     
  18. DPI

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    9" in back - 4" ORD flip, 4" BDS springs, 1" relocating block to move the axle back 1.5"

    5.5" BDS springs up front...
     
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    So your 3.5" higher in the rear?? :confused:
     
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    As always DP your junk looks so SWEET!!!!!!!! :bow: :pimp: :waytogo:
     

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