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Old 12-21-2014, 05:49 PM   #1
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Just got the Tuff Country 3" 23000 lift installed yesterday. Rides slightly a little stiffer than the 2" Pro Comp level I removed. Didn't want to go too big, as I tow quite often and don't want to run wide heavy tires. The tires shown are 275/60/20's. I searched for a 65 series tire, but all are load range E. I'll cross that bridge when the BFG's wear out.


Just thought I'd share a few photos
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Nice.

I like the stance. Is it an actual suspension lift or a level-lift?
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Nice.

I like the stance. Is it an actual suspension lift or a level-lift?
Level with different UCA
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Still liking the lift? Did you keep the stock shocks?
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Still liking the lift? Did you keep the stock shocks?
No complaints...... Yes, stock shocks
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How's the geometry? Still relatively close to stock? Or is the UCA dropped down?
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Thumbs up nice!!

I've been beating my head against the wall for the past two weeks trying to figure out what to do with my 2013 150 scab. I knew the look I wanted but wasnt sure what to do to get it...you just made up my mind!!!..that truck is sharp!!..
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How's the geometry? Still relatively close to stock? Or is the UCA dropped down?
Close to stock
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did you install the kit yourself? If so, how complicated and how long did it take you? I'm ordering mine tomorrow,if its not much trouble could you post a front shot pic.I would like to see the tire width

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