Drive It Like Ya Stole It
Feel like driving to texas? :anitoof: Ill help ya get the bitch on next weekend if ya do! That is a huge ass IFS lift!
jimsbadchevy said:18" lift Kit came in today. Man what alot of steel. A jillion pieces. 7 boxes weighing in at 409 pounds total. A grocery bag full of nuts, bolts, heims. Any help with this I'll take. Beer is on me. First I have to get it powdercoated though, to match my "Ambiguous" paint job. LOL Pics of the progress to follow. Oh, and a picture of speaker box for the bed, not finished with it yet. Have to build the boxes for the mids, and kegs, Yes KEGS, God I love beer!!!
Dark Eternal said:Feel like driving to texas? :anitoof: Ill help ya get the bitch on next weekend if ya do! That is a huge ass IFS lift!
Grant said:What brand kit is that? I've never seen an 18" kit before. :anitoof: And yeah.... thats gonna be a big ass truck.
Y2KSierra said::head2: Awesome! :head2:
You still thinking of coming to the arkansas meet?
Hey Jim,jimsbadchevy said:Not sure yet. I'm leaning towards the pewter color, but hell, I don't know. Need to see what colors the place has.
01Z71GMC said:Hey Jim,
I am looking into doing the same on the CST lift kit for my 01 Z71. I was just wondering what is involved in getting this done. Do you have to have the parts stripped of their original paint? Are you doing your rear springs? I am considering doing the LCAs, the TBs, the rear springs and maybe the rear axle in addition to the kit parts. Because I am going to take my truck off road, I am thinking about using some type of spray on like Line-X. I have heard of powder coating "popping" off on rigs that see the trail. Any thoughts on this?