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I know my truck is dirty its supose to rain all week so i cant wash it :(
me and my cousin did it yesterday took about 4 hours becuase we ran into some problems and had to go get a coil compressor. But, Im happy with it very what do you all think?



 

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The daystar 2" coil spacers right?

I just ordered mine today for $85 shipped to my door......I dunno if Im gonna try to put them on myself or not. Either way I hope my truck can be aligned afterwards
 

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yea same ones... I might need a alignment as of now im waiting sense i plan on getting new tires im not paying twice for a alignmnet lol
 

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Looks real good man, but I don't see 285s fitting properly. I also have coil spacers on my truck, listed below in the signature. I run 31"x10.50"x15" tires and that's about as big as I can go. Granted, mine is also an OBS truck. Keep us updated.
 

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i can fit them easily. We measured before we lifted and i had 2 inches all the way around and the tires are only 2.2 inches bigger
 

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looks good. gimmie my $100 lol.

I measured the height all around the truck from ground to fenderwell and it came out to 3 ft exactly all around, so its perfectly level from front to back.


The daystar 2" coil spacers right?

I just ordered mine today for $85 shipped to my door......I dunno if Im gonna try to put them on myself or not. Either way I hope my truck can be aligned afterwards
It was simple. you can do it yourself. I just disconnected the uca and pulled the coil. Rent a coil compressor from autozone before you start, we learned that the hard way.
 
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