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shackles, eddie bauer kit removed, TT, 32x11.5s

Discussion in 'Before & After' started by 98exploder22, May 24, 2013.

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    1. 98exploder22

      98exploder22 New Member

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      soo first pic is with just an extra leaf and some TT i added since the suspension was saggy and i drove it from nj to tx

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      same thing stock with just the eddie bauer kit removed, i know its naked, but for for a nj truck surprisingly there wasnt that must rust at all plus i couldnt find any pics with it all removed

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      and now i put the 32x11.5x15 wrangler rims with bfg tmud terrain t/a with ZERO modification or cutting
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      next is safari rack with a spare, brush guard, and eventually 3 inch lift.
       
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    3. obie

      obie Elite Explorer

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      Looks nice, but I would keep the fender flares. If you offroad at all, it'll save your paint and body from rust.
       
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      looks great man.....glad everything worked out for you....

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    5. 98exploder22

      98exploder22 New Member

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      nope, no offroading, just want the look, but wouldnt mind if i had to to get across the other side of the highway lol just the occasional sand and hills when we go out city limits to go shooting, being from el paso theres no water to create mud here lol
       
    6. RyansX

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      Great lookin truck man! Super jealous!
       
    7. 98Explrrrrer

      98Explrrrrer New Member

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      No mud in El Paso :( send those mud terrains my way I will put them to good use :)

      just kidding truck looks nice with the meaty tires .

      What backspacing you running on the rims 4" ?
       
    8. Schuyler

      Schuyler New Member

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      Hey how about when you make turns any serious bad rubbing I wanna put 32 in my 98 I did the ssme exact that you did
       

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