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  1. luckythirteen13
    04-10-2012 08:06 AM - permalink
    luckythirteen13
    a 2wd lift wont work on a 4wd truck and visa versa
  2. Seth
    03-22-2012 09:36 PM - permalink
    Seth
    hey i vaguely remember you saying something about getting rid of your lift once you wore out your tires???? do you know if this lift will work on a 4wd?
  3. luckythirteen13
    08-26-2011 10:00 AM - permalink
    luckythirteen13
    idk, i took get on the throttle a whole lot. i usually draft while im on the freeway. also, i have custom tunes, not mail order tunes, but a tune made for my truck while on the dyno. i think that has a lot to do with it. i have had canned tunes, mail order tunes and now a dyno tune. the dyno tune is the best by far, even when just crusing around town. i also have a performance valve body, which doesnt allow any tranny cluch slippage. any slippage is wasted power for that brief moment. doesnt seem like much but with all the shifts the tranny makes in a trip, it adds up. i also drive about 65-70mph most of the time. and i do regular maintenance, oil changes, fuel filter, clean my tb, tranny fluid only has a couple thousand miles on it and my rear diff oil only has a few hundred miles on it. i also have UD pullies and efans so no parasitic drag there. other then that i dont know, i dont have any secrets or anything like that.
  4. swimtexan
    08-25-2011 12:20 AM - permalink
    swimtexan
    How on earth are you getting such good MPG's?!
  5. luckythirteen13
    02-08-2011 07:57 PM - permalink
    luckythirteen13
    Do a search in the how to section. There are at least two good threads in there showing how
  6. BuckNasty56
    02-08-2011 12:26 AM - permalink
    BuckNasty56
    how did you remove the back of the seat? ive been having some problems doing so
  7. luckythirteen13
    11-01-2010 08:03 PM - permalink
    luckythirteen13
    i just mounted it to the back of the cab. small screws poke through the cab to the outside but they arent noticable with the bed covering them. even tho they never leaked, when i pulled the bed off to do my body lift, i put a dab of rtv over the screws. but this was two years after the initial amp install
  8. BuckNasty56
    11-01-2010 05:06 PM - permalink
    BuckNasty56
    hey saw your post with locating an amp behind the rear seat. what did you mount it to?
  9. luckythirteen13
    12-22-2009 04:39 AM - permalink
    luckythirteen13
    the fans pull 2200cfm each.

    i have an 07, you dont have to pull up much carpet at all. its a little up front and a little on the sides but the back bolts are exposed
  10. luckythirteen13
    12-22-2009 04:38 AM - permalink
    luckythirteen13
    i say go for.
    1. yes its worth it
    2.not difficult at all. if you have big hands/arms itll be a little harder but no big deal
    3.you need the crank puller as well as a fan clutch tool. you can rent them from autozone. its needed to get the fan clutch off of the water pump

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