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Old 07-02-2010, 10:13 PM   #1
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I'M GOING WITH THE SKYJACKER 6" LIFT.. WHO HAS A SKYJACKER LIFT? DO YOU HAVE PICTURES AND WHATS YOUR FEEDBACK ON IT? I WANT GO WITH 37" TIRES CAN IT BE DONE WITH OUT HAVING TO DO MAJOR MODS? HAVE ANY IDEAS ON WHAT OTHER MODS I COULD DO TO THIS KING RANCH?? THANKS ANY IDEAS AND FEEDBACK WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!
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If you're going with 37s you're going to have to regear.
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i would say take the runnin boards off but your definitly gonnna need those once you lift it
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37's with only 6" is going to take some trimming, fiddling, and some luck and MAYBE it will work. You will defiantly have to regear to run the 37's as well.
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yea 37s on a 6inch lift is going to be a pain to make drivable. and imo 37s would look to stuffed. and like everyone else, your going to want to regear.
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I agree with everyone, go with 35's it will look better and you don't have to regear if you don't want too. Nice looking truck though!
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i have the 6" skyjacker but mine is on a 2wd. I love the kid very smooth and no problems so far. I would go for it.
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hell he has 35s now.....i say go for the 37s , my 04 had a 6" RC and 35s i cuda run 37s easily....... id try it without regearin ......

btw sweet *** truck man
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Hello Eduis13. I think that your King ranch skyjacker lift kits 6" lift is a good truck. I love it! But it is nicer if you pursue to use the 37" TIRES!

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