Post pics of your 6" & 8" lifted 1500s

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  1. destroyaYO

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    Why is that funny?


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    Cause you're like it has good power and it's bored over with 4.56's. Well no wonder lol that'll help anything with 37's.
     
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    Have an idea how it would do with 392's
    I took this build over the lift, engine rebuild and gearing we're done. I'm on here to expand my knowledge on the more technical side of it.


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    Yea I was making fun or anything, just wasn't expecting it to have those upgrades done lol. I inquired not long ago on how these trucks would do with 37's and 3.92's cause my 35's are shot and was considering 37's. Not sure if I wanna lose any power or gas mileage since it still does good on my current set up. Just really wanted to try out the stt pros but they don't make a 35 for 18" rim.
     
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    I am really liking the copper discover STT Pros
    I have gone through 2 sets on my work truck
    And yes the gas mileage sucks


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    My pavement princess.

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    Yea I like the looks of them and two of my buddies have them and really like them but I just can't decide if I wanna go up to 37's.
     
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    Do it!


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    Didn't realize I never posted mine in here haha [​IMG] [​IMG] 7in lift.

    Now for he fella that made the comment about IFS being lifted is useless and the only one that truly gets lifted is a SFA. That's not true in the slightest because the axle itself never actually is lifted the IFS have a bit more articulation for the curves and stuff.
    Now on that note I will take a SFA over a IFS any day cause I prefer that system more. It isn't however superior they both have they're benefits and you didn't name any of them.


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