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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-05-2006, 04:25 AM Thread Starter
 
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what lift is this?

this pic is taken from rollingbigpower.com. the wheels are 20's thats all i know. looks like 8" lift on 37-38's?







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Its probly about a 8 or 10. no more then that though

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With thos ebig bright red bags in the rear, Id say maybe a kelderman lift.But it also looks a bit like a Rize or DH.

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Definitely not a Rize lift, that's a leaf spring truck. It looks to be about 8"-10" with 38's.

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Yeah the back is some type of air suspension lift the front is just arched leafs

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thanks guys. i was thinking 8" or so. i like the look of that lift. the bags in the back i think are for towing. if you go to the rollingbigpower.com they have some pretty nutty superdutys that are like 3 feet in the air and they still use em to tow ***** :evil:



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I think I know who's truck that is...He used to hang out at TDS "Munchie" I think was his screen name... If it's him it's a DR 10.5 with 40" Toyo's. The long bed makes it look lower than it really is.

Here is a pic of his truck from TDS....this was before the Toyo's

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image aint showing up bro...
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heres the pic...

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actually if you look at that pic and the one i initially posted, the drivers door has the keyless entry pad and the second one dosent. i dont know if thats the same truck. they look identical tho...

:edit: also the second one dosent have those little red trac bars and the front shocks are different...
:edit: just looked at his profile on diesel stop and he aint got backup sensors or rear air bags either. looks like 2 of the same truck are rolling around. almost
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