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post #13 of 843 (permalink) Old 02-01-2015, 07:12 PM
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I'm running bilstein 5100's with my thuren coils which from what I have read these shocks are slightly stiff compared to the overland shocks. The coils I have are the 3" coils which are advertised as 3.75" of lift on a 2nd gen, i gained 3.25", but far as the ride they are worth every penny! I thought about going with thuren shocks but I only have a year on the bilsteins, and what I was told by a good source for most highway driving go with the overland shocks, not knocking bilstein. Now he makes a 2" lift coil which has the same spring rate just less lift at will be ok with stock arms. So yes I like the plush ride they offer!


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I liked the milk crate seat... Used them many times....

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Thanks I'll have to look into them!

Ed I'm not sure if you've driven something with a lot of power when there's no bed and no interior but WOW I was able to spin the tires in 5th gear and I was pulling so hard on the steering wheel I thought I was going to break it off

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Ed I'm not sure if you've driven something with a lot of power when there's no bed and no interior but WOW I was able to spin the tires in 5th gear and I was pulling so hard on the steering wheel I thought I was going to break it off [/QUOTE]

Good lookin truck bud! And I still had my interior in, but I drove mine without the bed which I have a toolbox that has a ton of weight in it off... And yeah wow! I couldn't believe the difference. You can't keep the tires from spinnin

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Next time you take the manifold off get some cerakote on there! I did my exhaust housing and manifold and it's actually holding good. Black looks so much better then that rust look. Here's how mine looks. (Not the best pics)

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Next time you take the manifold off get some cerakote on there! I did my exhaust housing and manifold and it's actually holding good. Black looks so much better then that rust look. Here's how mine looks. (Not the best pics)
Very nice looking engine bay! Clean
I'll have to look into it. I haven't pulled the manifold, but when I do it'll be for a bigger one and a second turbo
My turbo hasn't started rusting... It did turn blue after a couple of 1600deg runs though

Oh and you're missing two bolts on the S&B in case you missed that

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Haha my air box is just sitting there not bolted down either. But I just through it together to start it in that picture.

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Looking at ripping my insulation out... I hate the way it looks right now. What all is involved in that? What holds it up there?

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I just pulled till it was out..... It is held in with the push on retainers like the wiring loom clamps that push on studs.....



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Thanks. I guess I'll start pulling tomorrow!

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