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Got my small lift installed and fitted my 33’s, lift was AllDogs Off-road RCKilla kit, 2” front and 1.5” rear, just a little height and leveling. Did the kit myself In the drive and it went fairly well, springs on the coil overs were an adventure though, probably won’t be doing those myself ever again.

Wheels are some AR933’s 17x8.5 +18 with Cooper STT Pro’s, 285 70’s.

Obviously had to do some mods in the front fender wells for clearance, dropped all the mud flaps and slash guards as well as the front spoiler. Back side of the wheel well was a melt mod basically to flatten out that square nub that sticks out. On the front side of the wheel well i was able to trim bumper and liner and reconfigure how the liner mounts to the bottom of the bumper and gained about two inches of additional clearance which took care of the front of the wheel well.

Anyway here’s a few shots before and after, I like the look and stance. Let me know what you think.

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Looks clean man.. nice job.. 👍
 
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Looks great. Nice work! Should of came from the factory like that.
 
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Mine was less than a month old when I pulled all mine and de-badged. Mine came with the bed, hood and rocker decals. Personally I like the cleaner look.
 

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digging the all black! tires look extra beef cake too!!!! i hear doing the springs can definitely be a PITA... but hey you got it done! 💪👌
 
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The springs were definitely a pain, don’t suggest doing those unless you have access to a good compression tool. Other than those the install was fairly easy.
 
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