Oh my god! My thoughts exactly. What truck?DBOY900 said:looks good.....was the chick walking her dog lookin good too?
I dont really care about the looks to much, function over form i guess. Its the stock rear. I got some hate cause of this "cali-style lift", but it should be more level witht the new rear shocks.ShowStop said:Nice set-up. From the pics it looks like you are squating in the rear a bit. Am I seeing that correctly? Was your goal to sit level or no?
We have women like that all over this place. You should see our local gym/spa/clubDBOY900 said::xdevil: Looks like she got a kadunkadunk!! Is that your neighbor you lucky bastard
Chas said:Got some of my stuff on. I dont think im gonna touch the rear except for new shocks. Long Travel Deavers down the line, but for now, im happy.
Were those easy to install. The directions look pretty straight forward. I get mine tomorrow through UPS and was wondering if there was any tricks I should know. Let me know.
p.s. I am just getting the regular travel DR's w/o upper arms.
I will need to crank them up a little higher but will do it with them on the rig. Thanks for the info, JasonChas said:They could not be easier. It took me half an hour. You just need some basic tools, really all you need is a 19mm and 14mm socket set. If you plan on changing the preset height before putting them on the car, id suggest have a bench mounted vice. I clamped the lower bolt into the vice, removed the upper plate, and had a freind stick a bar threw the upper eye while i twisted with the provided spanner wrench.
Let me know how it goes, or if you have any question feel free to ask.