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Old 09-19-2010, 06:41 PM
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Leveling Kit installed!

Thanks to Chris and Barry, the Ready Lift leveling kit was installed on the SD.





After install.


BEFORE install,


Funny thing I have a lot of pics of other members trucks but very few of mine.
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Old 09-19-2010, 07:49 PM
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Nice! I have ready lift on my truck for years and it is like the day I installed it.
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Looks good George........
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Old 09-20-2010, 11:46 AM
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Great looking truck George.
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Old 09-20-2010, 12:41 PM
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Thanks Neil and Brian
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I thought long and hard when you suggested that I do this mod to my truck George, because it does sit high in the rear!. And I have made a decision about leveling my truck................ Yep, I'm going to load it with cinder-blocks!
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Why buy blocks, just fill it up with the dirt next door. lol
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Can't, paid too much for that dirt!
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Looks Great George, now if we can only find a fix for the loose nut behind the wheel.
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Hmm, no reply yet, so I guess George hasn't seen this one yet Chris, or.........he's busy conjuring up a good comeback!
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Looks good george!!! very spiffy!! now the fix for the loose nut behind the wheel is torque the nut to 96 ft lbs then back it off 90 degrees then retorque it to 67 foot pounds then ur good!!!
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Looks good george!!! very spiffy!! now the fix for the loose nut behind the wheel is torque the nut to 96 ft lbs then back it off 90 degrees then retorque it to 67 foot pounds then ur good!!!
That's a good one Ronnie but I don't believe that will fix George
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That's a good one Ronnie but I don't believe that will fix George
Slacker!lol :-)
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Slacker!lol :-)
Probably need a little more torque than that huh George?
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Are you planning on bigger tires George?

I have an ebay leveling kit I bought a while back but haven't put it on the truck yet.

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