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i now have everything to lift.

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except for shocks and a driveshaft!!!!

my CST came in today. id like to thank 00Silverado for finding such a sweet deal on my CST 6-8" kit.

my wheels (the right ones) came in yesterday. althought they are still 8.5" wide :flame: , they are XT series so they have 4.5" BS :head: 17x8.5 weld renegade XTs!

and my BFG muds 35/12.5/17 are still on backorder(2 more months), so i had to settle for a set of 35/12.5/17 procomp Xterrains. they were my second choice, so i cant complain too much. i got them mounted and balanced.

now to find some time and get some shocks!
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· Later, Tony
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Josh said:
except for shocks and a driveshaft!!!!

my CST came in today. id like to thank 00Silverado for finding such a sweet deal on my CST 6-8" kit.

now to find some time and get some shocks!
Like I said Josh, once I saw that ad, I called your ass :D Glad you got the right rims this time, and I think you'll like the XT's too. Get some shocks and then a 3 day weekend and hit that shizzy up :head:
 

· Line-X of San Antonio
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BDZ71 said:
Awesome Josh :head:

Its going to look great and you are gona love it :rocking:

Cant wait to see the pics?
to answer your question, the Xterrains are 34.5 inches inflated on the 8.5" wheels.
 

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Josh your going to have a very nice 1/2 ton crew cab. In retrospect I thick the 6" lift and 35s would have been the way to go for myself...gald your doing it right to begin with and get that kit installed so we can see some pictures.
 

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Yep, those chrome Welds look badass in person, especially mounted on the XT's. Let me know if you need any help with the install. I dont know if I'd be much help from a technical standpoint, but I'm sure I can hand ya tools and shit, and drink beer. :crazy:
 
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