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post #12201 of 15466 (permalink) Old 07-15-2015, 08:41 PM
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Not unless you want to buy 40's, then you could be in a bidding war with Lyle on the current deal I have set up(only if Jeff likes it of course), and if he does I should look into being a salesman, seems easy enough, all you do is say the word discount and people are sold on it no matter what you charge them, as long as they feel like they are getting a deal

Edit: btw Jeff what's my percentage of the final sale? I will take a pm of photos of the truck on 40's at least half an hour before you post them on any thread on here
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I'll give you 20$ for getting the sale up!

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Jwc, do you happen to have any of your old fender measurements? I looked but couldn't find any. Was wondering if you had any when you were lifted on 37s..,was hoping you had the 5 inch block....or did you have the 4?


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Jwc, do you happen to have any of your old fender measurements? I looked but couldn't find any. Was wondering if you had any when you were lifted on 37s..,was hoping you had the 5 inch block....or did you have the 4?
i didnt get 37s till i went to stock height

but here was a picture with measurements on 35s with a 3" block

Lowered the first time:
Front 46.87"
Rear is 46.75"

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here was a picture with measurements on 35s with a 3" block

Lowered the second time:
Passenger side 46.00"
Driver side 45.87"

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then of course when it was originally lifted and un touched by me, i never got measurements

with the 5" block
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Quick question for the "boyz Who knows" I have a bottle of howes that i bungeed in my box. No matter how tight it always makes a mess. How do you guys tie it down different?

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i didnt get 37s till i went to stock height

but here was a picture with measurements on 35s with a 3" block

Lowered the first time:
Front 46.87"
Rear is 46.75"

Attachment 683577

here was a picture with measurements on 35s with a 3" block

Lowered the second time:
Passenger side 46.00"
Driver side 45.87"

Attachment 683585




then of course when it was originally lifted and un touched by me, i never got measurements

with the 5" block
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That factory trumpet is peeking out....

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Quick question for the "boyz Who knows" I have a bottle of howes that i bungeed in my box. No matter how tight it always makes a mess. How do you guys tie it down different?
que?

guessing by my Google searches that its diesel treatment

and guessing you mean tool box, hmmm


id probably cut a perfect piece of wood for flooring and make dividers for everything

and if your real handy, make it to where you can move a divider for smaller or bigger items, like putting in twin metal tabs for the wood to slide between (like when people put a board in between the rear tire humps in the bed and the tailgate...we did that with an old ford shop truck to move smaller items between shops)

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