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Old 10-05-2012, 01:59 AM   #12271
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Looks good. I'm stuck between the xd spys and some crushers
Spys look excellent. Get them in 17s or 18s and they look awesome.
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Old 10-05-2012, 02:04 AM   #12272
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Side view:

Front View:

Right before loading it up with a bunch of crap kinda shows how exhaust stands:

Night shots:

Hopefully sometime in November or late October she'll have new shoes 285/70R17 treadwright Warden A/T.

Gonna get rid of the tonneau cover and putting in a a chrome tool box and gonna herculine the rockers and maybe the toolbox as well.

and get myself a cold air intake and some n-fab step bars.
Nice truck man!
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Old 10-05-2012, 03:26 AM   #12273
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Yeah. 02 has the Hostages. Im stuck with the discon. Helo's lol
thats cause your 2wd.. 4wd's have longer shocks and can level just fine with stock shocks since they keep the same travel range just lose down travel. 2wd coil spring suspension requires a longer shock..
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thats cause your 2wd.. 4wd's have longer shocks and can level just fine with stock shocks since they keep the same travel range just lose down travel. 2wd coil spring suspension requires a longer shock..
wow. quoted the wrong post my bad.. it was in reference to the guy asking about shock length last page.. my bad
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Old 10-05-2012, 05:12 AM   #12275
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Sold. When do i pick it up?
Bring enough cash and shes all yours haha..

Heres my trucks.. the Burbs getting plenty of a workout.. lol the running boards are toast on that thing.. putting a stock Suburban where a jeep on 35s went.. oh yeah it happened lol
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So both of my KCs have burned out. They're old. They don't even make replacement bulbs
for them anymore. Heh.

So I'm in the market for new off road lights. But I'm cheap. Anyone got any thoughts about
some auxiliary lights that won't break the bank but will still perform fairly well? I use them for
high beam assistance. They're wired in to my high beam switch for additional light output
since the headlights on this truck perform SO poorly...
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:35 AM   #12277
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Thats a great looking truck you have! I'd lift mine more but I love parking in the garage too much. haha.
I don't have the luxury of a garage lol...so in that sense you are lucky. I had an 03 blue KR that was stock height and it was fine but once a truck is lifted it is hard to go back
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So both of my KCs have burned out. They're old. They don't even make replacement bulbs
for them anymore. Heh.

So I'm in the market for new off road lights. But I'm cheap. Anyone got any thoughts about
some auxiliary lights that won't break the bank but will still perform fairly well? I use them for
high beam assistance. They're wired in to my high beam switch for additional light output
since the headlights on this truck perform SO poorly...
Don't go with the PIAA 520's. Those damn things burned out every 2 months. I guess from the vibration of sitting on the bull bar. I was averaging 10 hours of use per bulb.....at $60/pair.
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I don't have the luxury of a garage lol...so in that sense you are lucky. I had an 03 blue KR that was stock height and it was fine but once a truck is lifted it is hard to go back
Well if you build a garage, just make sure it has at least one 9' door. I lucked out and built my garage with them before I got my 150.
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So both of my KCs have burned out. They're old. They don't even make replacement bulbs
for them anymore. Heh.

So I'm in the market for new off road lights. But I'm cheap. Anyone got any thoughts about
some auxiliary lights that won't break the bank but will still perform fairly well? I use them for
high beam assistance. They're wired in to my high beam switch for additional light output
since the headlights on this truck perform SO poorly...
Hella 500's
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