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Fire Red
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Whatcha think about Zone offroad lifts, considering getting one for my truck, feedback will be appreciated
 

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Heavy Metal Machine
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Check out their preferred vendor section. I've heard some good things about them.
 

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meow
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Apparently Zone is almost identical company to BDS, but they won't divulge how close the companies are :pirate:
 

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Mossy Oak Pro Staff
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Apparently Zone is almost identical company to BDS, but they won't divulge how close the companies are :pirate:
Is in the same building considered close? :hmm:
 

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just buy it
 

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Where's the van?!?!?!
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body lift or suspension lift?:think:
 

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FoTfive'dpokinoutdaside
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I think someone was wanting to do that with stock 18's and they said that they would need to add a 1.5" body to the 6.5" to clear them.
 

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I think someone was wanting to do that with stock 18's and they said that they would need to add a 1.5" body to the 6.5" to clear them.
Their truck has 6.5" and 1.5" BL and is running on 37's. So I would say that is wrong.


I don't think you can run stock rims with their lift though. Ask Dave about that or someone else on here might know for sure.
 

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07SilveradoNoob
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The stock rims have a good amount of backspacing, using those with a wider tire will cause rubbing issues on the suspension side.

Heres a teaser of what the massive knuckles look like:
CIMG0401.jpg


Another reason why I like this kit besides it cheap, is it comes with replacement struts up front, not a huge spacer type deal.
 

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Mossy Oak Pro Staff
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I think someone was wanting to do that with stock 18's and they said that they would need to add a 1.5" body to the 6.5" to clear them.
That was me. BUT....he told me I would need the 1.5" body kit to clear 35s on my stock 18s but then on a thread I found he said the stockers would rub on the knuckle. Therefore a BL will not fix the problem. The stock 20s...maybe but not the 18s.
 

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Fire Red
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The stock rims have a good amount of backspacing, using those with a wider tire will cause rubbing issues on the suspension side.

Heres a teaser of what the massive knuckles look like:
CIMG0401.jpg


Another reason why I like this kit besides it cheap, is it comes with replacement struts up front, not a huge spacer type deal.
hell yeah man i'm going to order it today, post pics when done
 

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Mossy Oak Pro Staff
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We've been waiting 2 weeks for him to post pics! Lazy ass won't put the damn kit on.
 
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