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post #51 of 94 Old 06-20-2014, 12:55 PM
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I think my brother got the wrong pipe. He said it was 1.59 inside diameter so it should of worked. But i looked up the kind of pipe yall so talking about and it is 1.61 diameter so i am just going to find some of that schedule 40 pipe and have him cut it.
Just done mine I used a wrench laid it on top of spacer in tapped it down. This was pretty simple to do. I like the height ive got now could be more but haven put a lift on it yet. Thanks for all the info guys an Astate thanks for straps and pipe.
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HECK YEA!!!! I got my front spacers on 1 1/4 inch.. It's just a little over 13" ground clearances in front and i am at 11" rear. So freaking happy it's done now i got to go test it out.



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With my rear shocks turned up I'm sitting at 13" front and back with the spacers
I got 13" on front but my rear turned all way up i am at 11" still..



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I got 13 1/2 all the way around and yep glad I got that done turned back shocks up with channel locks with tire off it was a easy thang to do I'm runnin 28's mega meyhems prob the additional clearance thanks Astate for material and the backup
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Oh thats why i still have stock tires.



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Are you sure you went the right way on the rear shocks @scott even with stock tires it should have leveled it
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@Astate07ka Yep back shocks are all the way up.



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Dumb question, but is it on level ground?
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Yea in my garage hope it's flat. Lol



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I still have stock tires 25" on mine i think thats why i am still at 11" rear. I am going to get 27" tires so that should put me at 13" rear give or take a few mm. And 15" front give or take a few mm.



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