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I got it all done today, I found a boot I could use for the lower ball joint since I didnt mess the actuall ball joint up and it works just fine. Need to get a part for the shocks and install the lift lips and it will be totally done besides alignment. I love it, it looks even better then I thought it would :bowtie: It rubs on the front part of the bumper but has plenty of room at the rear of the bumper, so trim that a bit and ill be good.

Fenders are right at 47" all around :drool:













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Drive It Like Ya Stole It
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Very nice, some minor trimming should clear up that rubbing, since you dont plan on wheeling it you probably wont have to do much. Congrats on a job well done.
 

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awsome :head2:
 

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Awesome truck. Glad you went with the 36s. It looks awesome and it doesn't looklike rubbing will be a problem after some trimming. Sick ass truck and its different than all the thousand other trucks on 35's. SICK MAN!!!!!!!
Evan
 

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Took it for a drive... Drives damn good around 40 or so, that is as fast as I got it. I trimmed the bumper, and since it curves under so much its not even noticable at all. As long as the alignment goes well and I find the right part for the shocks all will be damn good. I love it already, and the neighbors keep driving by...LOL
 
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