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Figured i better post here so as not to get kicked out of, or offend
anyone in the wrong thread..you know who i am refering to..lol..

Here are some pics of a venture that started over one year ago.
When i joined Trailvoy, i was in search of a lift that would allow the
fitment of oversize tires..
No lifts were available, so i compiled ALOT of info and
read every thread i could find regarding lifts.
I joined forces with a very well known lift company that
profited from my experiments..
I asure everyone that i dont consider this some kind of contest
for the tallest TV in the world, cus i would never take that title
away from the one that inspired me in my quest!
To me ,that would be like takeing Supermans cape.

As alot of you already know, i am always available to answer
your questions, i try my best anyway..
if you need a lift kit, i can hook you up!
A many thanks to those who have been an inspirasion

Please forgive my miss spelling, haveing a few Coronas to
celebrate a year of research ..lol..

I will post up pics for your enjoyment,,and you make your own assesment.
 

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Holy :x! - Your truck would intimidate a Tahoe or Expedition. Didn't think 35s were even remotely possible.

What all did it take? I see a spacers for a suspension lift, which I know you fabricate. Obviously a chassis lift, since the frame rails sit below the rocker panels....I"m guessing 2.5 + 3-4 for a 5.5"-6.5" lift total? Something tells me there will be quite a few members wanting to know how to make them fit. Awesome job!
 

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That looks sweet:hail: Corona huh... try a Modelo way better beer:yes:
:iagree:
The Case of Corona was free from a greatfull person that i found his brand
new in the box expensive tredmill cousole along side the road and returned it.

Amazing. You have put a lot of work into that and it shows. Thank you for helping pave the way:hail:

Doy uo mind if I move this to offroad or are you trying to hide??
:crackup: i Dare ya!!!:crackup:

Hold on dont forget this:
 

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No sawzall needed, just my 2.5" suspension lift and 3"BL (that i am working on)
Was pretty worried about the ball joint, this is what we seen when we
pulled into the tire place parking lot..LOL..
BTW: Happy Mothers day mrs markmc...
 

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that dont look half bad hows the ball joint angle and all of that?
Hey Steve
remember when we first joined trailvoy?? No Profiles then..lol..
It finaly panned out bro!! Those 35s are on..heehee..
The ball joint angle is the same as its been for the past year or so, no issues!
Since the new shoes are the same width, i still have a fingers distance from
tire to B joint.

BTW::tiphat hats off to you my friend, for the rescue of the gr8 roadie!!
 

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no kiddin huh the joints the same??? i would think that it would be damn near close to binding especially with some 35's wow thats amazing how does it feel to drive? sluggish?

oh and thanks i would go and pick up the roadie anytime not a problem
 
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