You are way more brave AND knowledgeable than I am for sure!!! :worthy:Alright, so last night I tore into the rear suspension and a buddy tore into the front suspension. I got all the leaf springs off, hangers, and mounted the front suspension mount. Buddy got the passenger spring out and tomorrow I will take off all day and start to put more parts on and hopefully finish.
D, not really. I would do this all over again than to take the head off and replace the head studs. I have done that once on a 5.9 and I dread it. Esp on a 6.7You are all over it Bill and more addicted to tinkering with the truck than me... James would be proud of this one! I look forward to seeing when it is done.
Number 1 is that I didn't know about them. I don't want super aggressive as I will be driving Alaskan hwy. not much off road. Two, i I did know about them I still prefer the tread of the toyos. The super swampers will be perfect for the winter. Three, I saw the brush attack site with the 20's and I don't like how the tires stick out so far and no capacity. 6500 a piece for my tires. There is a company I won't name out of New York that make a bad azz rim in a 19.5, but they stick out so far that they will flip stuff all over the truck. Plus it would be hard to match up the rear fenders and the flares. That would be a 6" flare if not more. I like the ricksons a they fit in the wheel well nicely.Looks great, I love what you have done. I do have a question for you though. What made you go with 19.5's instead of 20's? There are alot more aggressive tire options in the 20" size (like Conti MPT81's). Just curious.