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Old 05-20-2014, 10:15 PM   #21
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Excitement is beyond my imagination at this point. I'm like a kid counting the day's till Christmas.
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Old 05-20-2014, 10:19 PM   #22
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Excitement is beyond my imagination at this point. I'm like a kid counting today's till Christmas.
Sorry for the screw up. Some reason it won't let me change it.
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Sorry for the screw up. Some reason it won't let me change it.
I got where you were going with it lol. It was had enough for me to wait the two days while mine was in the shop for the lift, I can't imagine how much it sucks for you! It'll be worth the wait though, I'm looking forward to seeing it
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I got where you were going with it lol. It was had enough for me to wait the two days while mine was in the shop for the lift, I can't imagine how much it sucks for you! It'll be worth the wait though, I'm looking forward to seeing it
Funny thing is, the wife is complaining its taking up her parking space in the garage and is pushing for it to get done. "Happy wife, Happy Life"
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Thanks 2012Pplatinum and Bama for the comments.
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After the truck settles from installation I want to crank up the coilovers and extrat inch and replace the procomp 4" block with a 5" block for the rear. Any other suggestions?
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After the truck settles from installation I want to crank up the coilovers and extrat inch and replace the procomp 4" block with a 5" block for the rear. Any other suggestions?
Platinum would definitely be the one to talk to for something like that
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Platinum would definitely be the one to talk to for something like that
I hope Platinum will see this and comment, I think I wore out my PM privileges. If not, I will send him a PM.
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After the truck settles from installation I want to crank up the coilovers and extrat inch and replace the procomp 4" block with a 5" block for the rear. Any other suggestions?
Hell man, crank it up 2" and do an AAL. That'll put you at 8"!
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[QUOTE="2012platinum;3505470"] Hell man, crank it up 2" and do an AAL. That'll put you at 8"![/QUO

8 does sound nice. How does yours ride? Just a little skeptical with the angles of my front axles. But knowing me, " go big or go home".
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