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show off your LIFTED truck - photo thread

yeah, so i wanted to separate men from mice and see your LIFTED explorer.
(yes, i´m gonna steal ideas for my soon to be x)
also this thread could be really cool for everyone else who´s into jacked up trucks.

keep 'em coming!
 



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steering rod

once additional lift were installed, should steering rod be extended too
 



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once additional lift were installed, should steering rod be extended too

The only time the steering shaft needs extended, is with a body lift.

With a suspension lift, only the axle assembly is getting dropped, and taller knuckles are used to accomodate the increased distance between the upper and lower control arms, and to be able to use the stock steering components.
 






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I was bored..........the rear tire is 6ft up the tree.......
 






6" lift on stock wheels and tires. Man, it was tough to get in and out of.:crazy:
 

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6" lift on stock wheels and tires. Man, it was tough to get in and out of.:crazy:

That has got to be the easiest to install lift I've EVER seen...
 


















Did someone seriously steal your wheels?
 


















I am picking up some 33s on wednesday for my 99 xlt, im trying to get ahold of a 3 "body lift to throw on. Would i be okay with the bl and 2' of TT and 33s, or would i rub to much to drive away with them, thanks
 






That's how my setup is. TT and rear shackles with 3" performance accessories body lift with 33" MTRs. I have the sport with the grey plastic body kit and I removed the little corner panel on the rear of the front wheel well as it would rub on full turn.
 






I get to post here finally.... i need some fender flares will '95 ones fit my '94?
 

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They should fit, the only difference really is the header panel and fenders, but I don't think it's a big enough difference to affect flare fitment. Nice truck btw, mine should look like that soon.
 






alot of great looking trucks
 






figured I should post since I'm doing the opposite of how I started(lowered)..

body lift in the next few weeks so I can bring down the torsion bars.

34x10.5x15 swampers, tt, shackles, added jeep lift springs to my stock top spring (didn't do anything except it does ride a bit better)

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Finally have some pictures of my setup---2" TT AAL with a 3" body lift and 33x12.50 mud terrains

With the 31s and no lift
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And after
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Notice the watering hole in the background
 






Notice the missing rear bumper also :cool: :D :p:
 



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Rollin' on 35's
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MY brother between my Exploder and the Burban
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