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Control arms on and feelin good Unbelievable craftsmanship. Truck feels solid up front and just rides better overall now. Tires are centered nicely. Don makes some great products. With Thuren up front and Carli out back my truck is riding smooth. I'm a happy camper!
that was my biggest surprise when I added the Carli arms. just how much better the truck rides.
Truck looks clean as hell. My thuren coils and fox 2.0's go in this next week. Now I want one of those damn sway bars. Wish my truck was this clean underneath damn Canadian winters, sets off my ocd real bad. Nice work though man, looks perfect.
__________________ -2008 3500 Cummins-Quad Cab-4x4-White-6" Custom BDS LongArm Lift- Thuren 6" coils-Fox 2.0 Valved Shocks-37" TOYO MT's-20x12 FUEL NUTZ-AFE Cold air intake-H&S Mini Maxx With OD MCC'D by Dave Matthews - ATS CO-Pilot -MBRP Stainless Dual 4" exhaust-6000k HIDS HI/LO/ Fogs-Kenwood Excellon Doubble Din-
Take it easy, take it easy. I'm getting there. And I agree. But, the problem is when I do it I'll wanna bump up to some 2.5's or something even more expensive I have to find a good source here in Vegas to do one though. Or I'll be making a road trip to get it done.
2006 4x4 QCSB 2500 Laramie 5.9 Auto - Thuren and Carli equipped - Nitto 285's
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