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Well i've seen this guy driving around in this truck, and i've seen it parked at the school parking lot the past couple of days. It looks like a 12-14" suspesnsion, combined with a 3" body, but does anybody know what lift company this is?

This guy is running the 40's on 20's setup, and he has hydraulics on the rear end of this thing. I know this is all for show, but he does have 4wd. It's also for sale.

Just curious

This is the only picture I found. It's the bad habit customs website, they are a local truck shop in fresno, known mainly for lowering and air bag suspensions.

http://www.badhabitcustoms.com/index2.html
 

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I take it back, no body lift... and he is currently towering over those 40's. Also, it's a 1/2 ton, 10 bolt rear, and i saw that he was running tubular upper arms.

One thing i noticed with this kit, is the lateral compression struts are pushed way out and attach to the actuall frame, on the sides of the truck, instead of a crossmember.
 

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yeah, none of their links work, but on that first page, that truck on the background is the one i'm talking about.

It kinda looks similar to the bulletproof 12" kit or a cst, as far as the front drop down brackets. I know CST would never make a kit that tall, so you're probably right.

What do you think, like a 15" bulletproof, cranked up to 17"?
 

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an ugly one :imo
I dont think that is a bulletproof :think:
I believe there are some pics of it in the show section
 

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yeah, that's it. It is 4wd and he has since took out the leaf springs and he has hydraulics on the back. He also has the 40's on 20's combo. Still no clue on who makes this lift?
 

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ok, its not bulletproof. the subframe is similar but much too tall compared to the pics they have on their site. and this is the shAIM one:

so it's not that either. i'm confused... :think:
 

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I dunno, the suspension actually didn't look too bad. I think if he was running a chassis tech the wheels would have fallen off before he got to our school parking lot.

Here is a HD 2wd bulletproof lift. Around a 9" subframe I'm guessing.
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Here's a 2wd 1/2 ton with the bulletproof lift.
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It looks kinda like the 1/2 ton 4wd i'm talking about. The subframes are similar. I dunno though. Does bulletproof even make a 14-16" drop down subframe lift for 4wd's??
 

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your gonna have to stop this guy next time you see him to ask wht kit he has. then report back.
 

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I think those are actually 39.5" boggers he is running in that pic. looks like the 16x10" am. eagle 143s

But as of yesterday he was running the 40's with 20's combo. He had the 40" sts's with 20x12" weld racing cheyenne 6's.

38.5's or 40's.. either way, he is clearing them pretty good with some funky suspension lift and no body.
 

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thanks for the correction, i didn't realize they made a wide 38.5" bogger. Years ago i think they only made the skinny 11" wide in a 38.5". If i ever see this guy i'll ask him about his lift.
 

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klemmentine said:
thanks for the correction, i didn't realize they made a wide 38.5" bogger. Years ago i think they only made the skinny 11" wide in a 38.5". If i ever see this guy i'll ask him about his lift.
Yea, they just recently came out with the wide 38s.
 
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