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  • About Keaka06F150
    College Student
    Fixin up my truck
    Pool Cleaner/Referee - weekends


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  • Last Activity: 09-10-2011 01:25 AM
  • Join Date: 10-04-2009

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  1. Stealth
    10-17-2010 11:11 AM
    I have a Ground Force 2/4 drop with Eibach pro damper kit (shocks/struts) and the truck rides like a sports car. There are lots of options out there if you want to keep the stock ride, like DJM or Beltech. I prefer a sporty ride, and it is not harsh at all, perfect.
  2. 02-11-2010 09:26 PM
    Howzit Hawaiian!
  3. 02-04-2010 09:28 PM
    I don't have a drop my truck is stock
  4. 01-10-2010 11:37 PM
    Well actually I have not done the guages and a/c controls yet. The member that posted those is the one that did that to his truck.
  5. 12-14-2009 11:49 PM
    The stainless steel bolts around the top of the flares are for looks and do bolt to the body... Bushwacker fender flares use the screw holes at the three o'clock and ten o'clock position in the stock fender plus they come with clips to connect the flares at the twelve o'clock position on the stock fender. There is a rubber seal that I had to run along the top of the flare which avoids paint damage... The stainless steel bolts required me to drill holes in the marked position for bolt placement... It took me about four hours to install, but I took my time and I wanted to be sure it was done correctly... I am very pleased with the results... I would do it again in a flash...

    If you you look closely you will see the connecting screw on the inside of the fender flare...
  6. 12-14-2009 07:11 PM
    ya i did a write up but the pics arent very good but should help you out a bit if your planning on taking everything completely out. and i had a guy do my headliner and the carpet you can get from a lot of places that with have the OEM fit. heres the links just let me know if you have any questions.
  7. 12-06-2009 06:26 PM
    yeah man i have moto metal 951's and if you get a 6 inch fabtech lift you can fit 35's or even a procomp lift would work too, but i think fabtech is better. If you want a little more lift you can either put a spacer on top of the shocks. Good luck man let me know if you need any help
  8. 12-06-2009 05:25 PM
    well if your doing suspension lift, def go with the 20x10 4.5bs version. If you look on 4wheelparts.com they should show all the different specs on the wheels. if you put a leveling kit on top of the suspension lift , you will need something in the back for it to sit level. I would start a thread and see what others say, i dont wanna steer you in the wrong direction, with the lift setup.
  9. 12-06-2009 12:30 AM
    mine is 4wd . 3'' body lift and 2.5 leveling kit. what lift are you going with ? my 951's had 6.18 bs which was too much and why i sold them. if your doin a suspension lift go with the 4.5 bs but if your doing a leveling kit and want them to stick out a bit go with the 5.71 bs version
  10. 11-27-2009 07:28 AM
    Since I only have a 2.5'' leveling kit, I fit the biggest tire I could fit. The tires are the
    35/12.5/17 nitto mud grappler tires and the wheels are cruiser alloys 17x10 wheels with 4.5'' backspacing (-25 offset).

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