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Old 02-01-2013, 05:56 PM   #1
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Looks nice. Out of curiousity have you noticed an increase in mpg after lowering?
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Looks nice bro!
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Looks nice. Out of curiousity have you noticed an increase in mpg after lowering?
Not yet, I was thinking it might increase some. Will keep my eye on it but I think the difference might be hard to detect.
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Nice! Now get some HD heads and tails!
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Looks sweet!!! the KR black and tan color combo goes well together
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Looks good, what components did you use?
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Maybe a silly question...but is that a 2x4 or 4x4?

Looks great!
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Looks good, what components did you use?
They used the Ground Force kit.

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Maybe a silly question...but is that a 2x4 or 4x4?

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2x4

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I like how the tires fill the wheel wells, but I would have stuffed some 35's under it if it were mine. Not sure how you are going to be able to tow or haul anything...Including a full load of people without tearing something up.
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