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Postby owenkyler [OP] » Jul 09 2012, 6:45am

I would love to see pictures of a 2007-2011 1500 Silverado with 10" of lift sitting on 37's if anyone has some. I am in the midst of ordering all my parts and would like to see some other examples please. Thanks!!!
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Postby Machster69 » Jul 09 2012, 12:46pm

Um thats gonna be a beast... Pics!
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Re: Lift Pictures

Postby rodcheapo » Jul 09 2012, 12:52pm

No nerf bars....that'll kill what little ground clearance you have.

Seriously, I don't know if anyone on here has that much lift, might be outta luck. Post pics when your parts come in...are you doing the work yourself?
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Re: Lift Pictures

Postby 04SilverRdBlk » Jul 09 2012, 1:05pm

6 inch lift + 3 inch spacers + larger tires = 10+ inch lift???
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Re: Lift Pictures

Postby owenkyler [OP] » Jul 10 2012, 4:12am

7 1/2 inch rough country suspension lift, 3 inch body lift, 37/13:50r18 toyo open country's, 2 inch wheel spacers, raceline renegade 6 18x10 wheels, and 4:88 gears front and back. 10.5 inches of lift with a overall raise of 14 inches above stock.
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Re: Lift Pictures

Postby tcarr25 » Jul 10 2012, 4:33am

THere was a guy on hear with the 7.5 and 2 inch level and 2 inch add a leaf on 37's. It looked sweet. Archangel was his name you can look him up.
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Postby JBartoletti » Jul 10 2012, 1:22pm

You might want to check GMFS http://www.gmfullsize.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=19
A lot of guys there have trucks with large lifts on them...much more so than around here I feel like.
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