yeah...just like the one on the cover of StreetTrucks this monthzubyc said:Either way, you are gonna have a sweet truck. My .02 is that if you lift it, you gotta go huge or long travel that shit. I don't see a point of lifting a 2wd unless you do one of those.
lol... i liek the way you think... but if i were to lift my 2wd id also get a long travel suspension... i just cant afford the one i would want... id want the camberg... and installed its close to $10,000 lol... tought luck for me... im gonna bag my truck though... im stokedzubyc said:How about you get the best of both worlds with a bagged lifted truck :head:
Yeah I'm liking the new way of lifting with 20's too. I have a friend who is wanting to do that. Lifting is also going to be way more expensive than lowering.way2hi said:I personally like how alot of people are lifting trucks and putting 20's with mud tires on them. There was a white NBS Tahoe in one of the mags a month or 2 ago that I loved that was done like this.
How so?El Padrote said:Consider what you want and how you're gonna use your truck. Lowering might be an inconvenience.