Looks good! Same kit I am doing now, gotta love the detailed instructions huh!? So far I have had to enlarge the holes on the ubolt plates, (twice, duh, check them first chris!) Had my nicely painted axle fall off the jack, TWICE! and spent about an hour CAREFULLY jacking up the truck a little at a time, one side, then the other, then the other, etc. to get the tires on (nice when you don't think about the lift when you take it all apart! Had about 1/4" of room under the pumpkin when it was all bolted in!! DUH!) Had to use a rachet strap on each sidefrom the end of the axle to the frame to lift the axle enough to get a jack under it! (as I said, DUH) Now where did I put those lugnuts last november Go and buy new ones, 59 cents? Hell I will take all 20! Guess what!! Today I start on the front!!! Any one want to nominate me for dumbass of the month?? Don't think this is enough for JAOTM as I didn't knock the truck off the jack stands, (yet) What size shackle bolts did you use?
your rc great. ive got one question though. did the system come with everthing you needed or did you have to buy odds and ends too. i think as soon as my hand gets out of this cast im going to do the same thing you did. your trucks out come definatly makes me want to do it to mine.
Hey Overkill, looks great.. I was looking at getting a 4" lift myself and was wondering if you could post a pic of the outside of your RC, for I was wanting an idea on the height after I was done... Also are those tires 31's or did you go with a larger size... thanks for the time... the RC looks great
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