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Got the new tires on. Darn I need rims now. Oh well in a while.

Might have to trim a little on the trailing edge of the front and the leading edge of the rear.

Had to hack off the front of the sliders, (real pain since they were stiched to the underside)

Decided to stay away from the 35's for breakage and stuff. I don't think point to point trucks need them anyway.
 

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Damn Red, Looks Great!! Doesn't look like you had to hack off too much. Skid plate looks good too, I am not sure but I once saw one with tabs at the rear ro tie it into the chassis to keep the corners from catching (but it was on a Series).

David.
 

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looking good -

i'm betting you're going to need trim up that rear lip of the front fenders - you might want to go ahead and trim up the front portion to match the bumper line as well.

if you get any more flexy, or go with offset rims you know what's coming -> get that roll of blue-masking tape and get to work on those fenders.

cool to see that you were able to stick with the MT/R's - they look good.
 

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Red - what suspension setup are you running under there? Those 33's look great!
 

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Red - what suspension setup are you running under there? Those 33's look great!
Very simple. Rears are 762's with 2 inch of spacer 9012's, Rockware shock mounts, simple spring retainers or cones depending on what day it is.

Front is RT3 18" with a relocated shocks (spaced up 1.5 inches) and relocated links (steering, not arms) drilled bushes, front spring retaining guides and 9014's.

nuttin fancy. I am working on some front spring retainers for the front. I found some big arse washers to hack up to go around the shocks on top.

j
 
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