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Old 02-09-2012, 12:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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10 " full throttle, what do i need?

if i was going to buy a full throttle 10 inch lift, what would i need to do to my truck, i mean lenngthen driveline, brake lines? how do i do that? and is full throttle a decent choice? i know there are probably tons of threads out there like mine
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Old 02-09-2012, 05:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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if i was going to buy a full throttle 10 inch lift, what would i need to do to my truck
Make sure you have full coverage insurance!!!!
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Old 02-09-2012, 06:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I would not buy that with your money man! Why not spend it on good suspension not a hack lift?
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Um yeah i wouldn't go that big, you seem young not being rude. Im young 27 but go with a nice kit like bds 8 inch kit. or pure performance 8 inch kit you will get way better road manners and that you can run 40s if you want, sorry but a truck that big you will run into problems and yeah it will look good in the drive way.But hey do what u want its your money your truck good luck man
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Um yeah i wouldn't go that big, you seem young not being rude. Im young 27 but go with a nice kit like bds 8 inch kit. or pure performance 8 inch kit you will get way better road manners and that you can run 40s if you want, sorry but a truck that big you will run into problems and yeah it will look good in the drive way.But hey do what u want its your money your truck good luck man



yea thats true, you talked me out of it, they have terrible reviews. okay so with an 8 inch bds, -------what all would i have to do?
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Buy the kit! Everything should be there in the Kit. I would call George at 8lugtruckgear.com and ask him about how pure performance setups work and what he recommends.
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perfect, thank you!!!
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Make sure you have full coverage insurance!!!!
You beat me to it!
I was going to mention good insurance and pick up a few for sale signs. It seems that most trucks that get these bigger cheap lifts or even expensive ones like Kelderman end up posting their trucks for sale with in 6 months of finishing them. Most don't have alot of bad things to say about them because they know that it will hurt their upcoming attempts to dump the vehicle.
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True, purevil is the only one Iva seen who liked his Kelderman. He spent alot of time and money to get it that way also. And he is also selling it because its causing him so much grief with the law.
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True, purevil is the only one Iva seen who liked his Kelderman. He spent alot of time and money to get it that way also. And he is also selling it because its causing him so much grief with the law.
No, I like mine too
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