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Old 07-15-2015, 11:48 AM   #1
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2007, Advanced 4wheel conversion, Detroit limited slip front, rear. 20" rims. 35" Toyo's. Beach living.
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Old 07-15-2015, 12:40 PM   #2
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2007, Advanced 4wheel conversion, Detroit limited slip front, rear. 20" rims. 35" Toyo's. Beach living.
Questions: how did you get 20" rims on that. Guessing: you used axles that had hubs that fit the 20" wheels.

Did you put spacers under the leaf springs to get the lift? Did you have to lengthen the sway bar end links (like we have to do on the lifted Jeeps)?
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Why?? Because I could! Cool!
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Front axle, ABS brakes.
Dual Bilsteins up front
E brake relocated on transfer case
Rear lift blocks, sway bar end links lengthened.
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Very nice. Camp on the beach without worring about getting stuck. I like the idea
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Front axle, ABS brakes.
Dual Bilsteins up front
E brake relocated on transfer case
Rear lift blocks, sway bar end links lengthened.
Wow-very nice!
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