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Sorry, just checked thru all my saved, lifted HD pics, and didn't come up with any on stock PYO's. Had a couple on H2's.

If I get my CC sold I'll hopefully be running 35's+ on my stockers this winter.
 

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well the new rims and tires are going on three weeks after the lift....i just wanted to see pictures of trucks with like 35s and stocker rims lifted.
What are you going to do with your old lift kit? I'm buying a 2004 2500 Qudrasteer C/C at the end of the month and I would like a little more height. I pull a goose neck on occasion, so a 6" lift is out of the question.
Thanks.
 

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Bigrig2500 got any new pics of your truck???
 

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I think PYOs look :boobs: on lifted trucks, really wanted to run them on my old HD but the Rancho kit would fit them without running a spacer, which would have void my Discount Tire warranty. That I couldn't have lived without as it has saved me almost $2000 in tires!

Here are the few pics I have.
I know these are NNBS HD rims, but I still think they look good!
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Anyone know what lift's are on the 3 Crew Cabs?
 

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The black crew cabs have your basic 6" lift systems it looks like. Most brands make close to the same lift (knuckle) for the 2500HD. There are some lifts out there that raise your torsions, and a couple that make it a coilover system (EXPENSIVE).
The tan CC looks as if it has a small NTD lift, or someone has the torsions cranked all the way....

If your looking for a lift, PM me. Ill help you find a lift thats good for you.
 

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As far as I can remember the lifts are as follows
1st truck: 8" Fabtech
2nd Truck: 6.5"-7" Superlift
3rd Truck: 6" ProComp
4th Truck: Not Sure, would guess 4" Rancho/Tuff Country
5th Truck: All the way cranked Tbars
6th Truck: Cage SAS, couldn't tell you the actual lift hieght
7th Truck: Rancho 4"

Sorry, but that was all the pics I have.
 

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As far as I can remember the lifts are as follows
1st truck: 8" Fabtech
2nd Truck: 6.5"-7" Superlift
3rd Truck: 6" ProComp
4th Truck: Not Sure, would guess 4" Rancho/Tuff Country
5th Truck: All the way cranked Tbars
6th Truck: Cage SAS, couldn't tell you the actual lift hieght
7th Truck: Rancho 4"

Sorry, but that was all the pics I have.
first one is running 20's now, im running those BFG's in the pic :biggrin:
 

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Does anyone know of any good 6-7.5 inch Lift kits that allow stock rims to be used that are in the price range of 1300-1600 in price?
 

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I know that Superlift make a drop bracket kit like the one pictured on the 2nd truck, so that can fiit stock wheels. That truck has 36" Super Swamper radials.

ProComp, Full Traction are some more drop bracket kits.

Should be able to run up to 37s with any of these kits.

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BigRig2500, pending the lift you go with (spindle or UCA drop design) this may very because of the tire and not as much on the wheel. Spindle kits can very in what "push" on the front end and the spindle design may change what fits per tire bulge on the OE wheel. Alot of lift kits advertise stock wheels will fit but the 35's width is going to change the out come. I would talk to the person you are getting your suspension from to help you dial this in to make sure you don't get stuck.
 
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