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I am waiting on my current tires to wear down witch should be about 30K and I was wondering would a truck with around 90k-100K on it be to wore out to lift!! I just want a 3"BL and some 315 on some different wheels... I was just wondering how many miles yalls trucks had on them when you lifted them and how many they have on them now!
 

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Chevrolet Owner
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When I lifted my OBS it had about 110k on the clock, sold it with about 130k and not a single problem... GO FOR IT!
 

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same here, I lifted my OBS with 115K on the clock, it took a hell of a beating, sold it with 135K, ran like a raped date

my NBS has 124K on the clock and I'm just starting to tear into it
 

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do it! nice blue tahoe by the way! i love those things!
 

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i bought my 2000 with 120,000 KM on it, and sold it with 160,000 on it. I had 36x15.5 claws on it, and all i had to fix was balljoints once. DO IT :imo
 
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Lifted my Tahoe with 90K on the clock and sold it with over 100K on it...no problems what so ever.
 

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Bayou Surface Drive, LLC
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Cajun lifted his with over 200k still no breakage
 

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i bought mine with 83k and the lift had been on there for awhile i now have 125k
 

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Texas Born & Raised!
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Lifted mine at 100k and now its got 130k on it with no problems but it's forsale... :anitoof:
 

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lifted mine at 148,000 miles :D but i havent really driven it much after... dont need to really go anywhere
 
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