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__________________ ILLINOIS Assistant Chapter Leader SLACKMASTER /AVID WINTER ENTHUSIAST #777
2005 "THE DIESEL" Ebony Black Excursion 6.0 180k miles STUDDED, TUNED
1997 "THE T-BIRD" Currant Red Thunderbird 4.6 127k miles
2008 "THE LINCOLN" Ebony Black Mark LT 96K miles (wifey's)
its been a long time coming, but I finally got the lift installed that I purchased almost 6 years ago....
I must say without my buddies lift and help I would be installing this lift for the next couple weekends.
We must have had the truck up and down over 20 times over the duration of the project.
My plan was to keep the stock rear leafs just incase I ever decide to go back to stock, but that idea was tossed in the scrap pile when I found a broken leaf. Well I guess it was a good thing we finally got around to the lift.
The stock shocks with 80k+ miles were as shot as could be. Rusted, leaking, and useless.....
Goooood Mon.......err......Tuesday morning Islanders!!!! Tom, that looks fantastic!!! 315's will look just fine on there for the winter. Nice to have a lift for these types of projects !!!! You going to bring the high rise to Dyno Day this year?
__________________ out of warranty and............... searching for MORE horsepower
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