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Old 10-09-2012, 11:42 PM   #1
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I love this truck. It drives and rides excellent. I had the lift installed with the RS9000's and a set of 325/65/18 Tires. Best mod yet.

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Looks good!
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Pretty much exactly what I'm looking for, same color and doors to..do you have or can you take more pictures at different angles?.. Looks really good
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looks good but rockstars do not fit your truck IMO. if you like it, thats all that counts
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looks great man
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Pretty much exactly what I'm looking for, same color and doors to..do you have or can you take more pictures at different angles?.. Looks really good
Here is another angle!

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Look's great, good job!
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looks good. nice truck.
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Looks good but looks like the rear sags a bit. I've noticed this with other rancho lifts. Could you measure the distance from the ground to the fender on both the front and back?
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The lift looks awesome! As a side note, what kind of fender flares do you have? Looking for something similar for my rig. Thanks!
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