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MikeG

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1997
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B4000
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4.0 V6
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Automatic
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Total Lift
2"
Tire Size
235/75r15
Solid axle swap? Is that a 9 inch rear? Can't tell from the pics
 


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Jim Oaks

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33x12.50x15
I'm not a fan of 'truggies', but I really dig this truck. I like the way you did the back. We were at the Badlands in September. Wish you could have came out.
 

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35"
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I like the rear “bed” design, too.
 

XionicWaste

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Total Lift
3"
Tire Size
37x12.50 Pitbull Rocker MTs
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Custom everything! Purists look out!
I'm not a fan of 'truggies', but I really dig this truck. I like the way you did the back. We were at the Badlands in September. Wish you could have came out.
I SAW THAT! I will be there for the next group ride for sure!

I like the rear “bed” design, too.
Thanks fellas, its been long overdue.
 

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I'm not a fan of 'truggies', but I really dig this truck. I like the way you did the back. We were at the Badlands in September. Wish you could have came out.
I’m not a big fan myself but if you are going to have a dedicated trail truck, you might as well go big and do it right.

I think he did it right.
 


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