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Old 05-12-2014, 09:50 PM
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Here's a better comparison...

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Looks good.
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I got the bully universal ones. I'm always skeptical about anything that says "universal fit" but they worked perfectly. They use a screw on the top holes into the body, and a bolt through the step and pinch weld strip - I'm pushing 250lbs and they hold me just fine.

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I was looking at the AMP PowerStep product and even though it seems to have the lowest drop available (outside of a custom-manufactured product), it still only drops about 2-inches lower than my OEM step bars. Yes, I can go with the extensions, which will give me an additional 3-inches, but then the step bar would be visible and I'm trying to go for the "hidden" look. Does anyone know of any other powered-retractable product out there that would drop lower (short of telling the wife to bring her stepladder with her )? Thanx again.
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MOD: FabTech 8" lift with traction bars, Fuel 18x9 D557 Anza wheels, Toyo 38x13.50x18 Open Country M/T tires, BakFlip F1 tonneau cover, MagnaFlow 3" stainless mandrel-bent DiDo cat-back exhaust, Speedliner black spray-in liner, Smoked AVS in-channel vent visors & Bugflector II, VIAIR 275c 150psi compressor with dual-trumpet 140+db train horn
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LOOKS GREAT!
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you cab barely notice that change LOL just kidding truck looks awesome! One question though... how did you get a 8" lift and keep the stock rear springs and top overload?? A massive rear lift block.......
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Yup...

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Before I did this, I'd never seen a u-bolt so long!
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MOD: FabTech 8" lift with traction bars, Fuel 18x9 D557 Anza wheels, Toyo 38x13.50x18 Open Country M/T tires, BakFlip F1 tonneau cover, MagnaFlow 3" stainless mandrel-bent DiDo cat-back exhaust, Speedliner black spray-in liner, Smoked AVS in-channel vent visors & Bugflector II, VIAIR 275c 150psi compressor with dual-trumpet 140+db train horn
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That's exactly what I did - went with the blocks for now. I figure later on I can upgrade the rear springs.
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After having this lift on for some time now, I'm still loving it and will never return it to it's former OEM height.

On another note, I've noticed that with extremely sharp turning, I was getting some light rubbing as seen here...

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So, I decided to throw on a set of Bora 2" hub-centric & wheel-centric spacers to resolve the problem...which it did. However, now I have rubbing on the rear of the front fenders here...

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Just can't seem to win here. I'm thinking about either switching to a 1" set of spacers or somehow bending the rear of the fender well a bit to accommodate the new turn radius.

Suggestions?

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Truck looks really good nice job..
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good choices on lift and tires sir!
looks very good.
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