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What a difference a lift kit and some new wheels can make!
 

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Looks great! What are the specs and type of lift?
 

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Nisstec Radflo lift with Fuel Maverick wheels and Toyo Open Country AT 285/70R17.
 

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Sweet ride, u needs some rock sliders now
 

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Is the "after" pic outside cause it no longer fits in the garage? It looked pretty snug in the "before" pic. Truck looks great btw!
 

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It does still fit in the garage. I do need some rock crawlers...any suggestions?

Here is a pic after I detailed it yesterday.

Rob
 

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Here is the pic
 

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I like the offset of those wheels, they don't look like they stick out to much. How about a pic from the front so I can see how far they stick out. Do you know what the backspacing is? I have spindles on the front that push my wheels out so I am looking for aftermarket wheels that have a similar backspacing to stock. Thanks
 

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Here is a pic from the front. Wheels are Fuel Maverick 17x8.5, +25 offset with 285/70 Toyo Open Country A/T.
 

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Here is a link to White Knuckle Off Road. They have excellent sliders for your truck - White Knuckle Off Road Products
WK has the fastest delivery and makes a high quality product.

I suggest that you remove the 'Bull Bar' from the front of your truck before you go off road. There is a very good chance that you will damage your bumper if you go off road with it. There is a reason that they are referred to as 'Damage Multipliers'.... the bend and push into the body work. It also will greatly reduce your entry angle and limit where you can go.
 

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Thanks, My guess is 2"in the front to sit level with the 1.5 from the back. About to get a similar setup. how do you like it?
It feels like it is lifted higher than that, but not sure how much.

Everything is great so far. I am getting a bit off rubbing on the back of the front tires when turning and hitting a bump, so I am going to have just a small piece from the inside of the fender trimmed to allow for some additional clearance. I wanted to try it without trimming any metal first, but it needs a minor trim.
 

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It feels like it is lifted higher than that, but not sure how much.

Everything is great so far. I am getting a bit off rubbing on the back of the front tires when turning and hitting a bump, so I am going to have just a small piece from the inside of the fender trimmed to allow for some additional clearance. I wanted to try it without trimming any metal first, but it needs a minor trim.
I got a bit or rubbing on mine when i first got it but it quickly went away after a day.

Are you running extended break lines? If so were they needed or it was because it was suggested?
Thanks
 

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Great looking truck man! Hey if you haven't sold those stock wheels and are interested in selling them shoot me a private message".
 
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