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hey guys. these are pics of my truck that i said i would post. they show how much fender chopping was needed to fit 38's under my 4" lift. the truck is now jd green. it is set up for the rocks. sorry the truck is not fully flexed out but this pic was taken the day i chopped the fenders and i didn't have time to put it on the ramp. if anyone has any questions about how much to take off or if you want to see the truck up close, just give me a line. enjoy.

steve

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this is showing how much fender has to be chopped.

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a bit closer. the black stuff is primer.

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this really shows you how much was taken off, and how much tire stuff i get.

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truck flexed, the drivers tire is 39" off the ground from the bottom of the tire; but it can go much higher.

steve

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[This message has been edited by creeper (edited March 01, 2002).]

[This message has been edited by creeper (edited March 01, 2002).]
 

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Sweet, but that's a little more than i wanna go, looks like there's alot of room for flex though?? hmmmmmmmmmmmm maybe thanks anyway Creeper

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Looks like you got a busted body mount at the core support...

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Originally posted by tRustyK5:
Looks like you got a busted body mount at the core support...

Rene

nope i don't. i unbolted them because i was putting valve spring body mounts in when i got home that day. yes i have broken it before the support on numerous occasions.

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