03-05-2002, 10:34 AM
when do you guys plan on finishing your lifts? mine is takin forever. im watin on a friend to help me with my p.a bodylift, then when my ssr swampers run out i'll install either the pro comp or fabtech. do you guys think my tires would look cool if i stuck with 15x8 rims and 35x12.50s? as far as performance intake, header, and exhaust should keep it alright. if i find someone to do the gears i'll get that done too. then the truck would really accelerate pretty quick! my next plan is phantom grill which i'm watin for (on back order). then 22"x38" removable soonruf if it fits, later dudes!
03-05-2002, 10:35 AM
I would like to know how easy or difficult the body lift is. Thanks
03-05-2002, 10:41 AM
the body lift isn't really that difficult, i hope. i went to a couple of the ttora websites and they explained a lot of the directions. it is really just placing nylon blocks in between the frame and body. the only hard part seems lengthening the steering, which the kit comes with, but is a little complicated. i personaly don't think i could do it my self, but my friend said he would help me out and its easy. i guess i'll have to see.
03-05-2002, 10:52 AM
I was looking at the install last night on the NE TTORA site. The steering is the only thing I'm concerned with also. Let me know how it goes and good luck.
va burnt taco
03-05-2002, 01:05 PM
my lift wont b 4 a while due to my bills and taking care of some people and my cc is maxed lol, but im gonna due a couple mods a month mayb all my lift ill b done by june unless i fall upon some money
03-05-2002, 06:08 PM
The BL install isn't bad....just time consuming. I did mine with some help from friends....the radiator drop brackets are a PITA though.
03-06-2002, 10:10 AM
dretaco........ i think your truck would look phat on 18x8's or 17x8's on 35" tires. they make em for that size rim. but about my lift, bro that isn't gonna happen till at least maybe 7 months from now cause I have too many bills. i was thinking of working two jobs full time and over time like a dog for about a month to get it all done at once but i am just too lazy. i'm thinking that in a month or two i'm gonna get some 33" thornbirds and get a 3" spacer lift by revtek, just so i can roll a little taller till i add on my other 9" of lift.
you are soooooooooooooo right lifts take for ever but in the end they are so worth it and sweeeet!
check this truck out bro it's got 17x8 thunder II wheels on 35 inch tires with a fabtech 6" lift.
03-06-2002, 01:19 PM
i hear ya! i'm gonna have to wait a little also. i got to wait for my tires to run out. i don't want to waste them. this is already my third pair of rims! that's why i might stick with them. i just feel like i need at least 10 inches of width. im may get my header and exhaust put in before my lift...