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#11 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 02:26 AM
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^I had a reply typed out, but he answered it better than I did.
I doubt it. Lol


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10-4 then that sounds like a plan. Also I guess one last question is what kind of clearence for tires will i get and what kind of off road ability will this give the truck?
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Any amount of lift between none and and what you are looking at getting basically limits you to a ~33" tire with some fender modification. The increase in clearance from a 2" lift and 33" tires does increase the trucks ability some, but at the end of the day it's still a truck with limited suspension travel (especially the front) and poor angles. I'm not sure what you are expecting, but I have plenty of fun wheeling mine.


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What's the difference / preference of these two setups:
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PS. I haul an ATV in the bed on a regular basis during the summer so I would go with HD leaf pack if I go with OME.
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I had 2 dirtbikes + gear (~500lbs) in the back of my last Frontier numerous times and the stock springs held up fine. I would think that the HD springs from OME may be a bit overkill unless you are going to consistently have a lot of weight in the bed.


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