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That looks pretty tough. Some reason I didn't get updates on this forum but here' the answer to your question.. . 4 inch lift maybe and 315 75 16's.
what wax did you get
 
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Old 04-06-2018, 10:39 PM
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Thanks! I have to say it was alot more project than I had bargained for!!! Talk about a TON of work. But now it's done!
Haha that's what's keepin me from doing it!! I've got enough on my plate!!
 
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Old 04-09-2018, 03:44 PM
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That looks pretty tough. Some reason I didn't get updates on this forum but here' the answer to your question.. . 4 inch lift maybe and 315 75 16's.
what wax did you get
Thanks Humphrey! Don't worry about it, I just figured you were busy. I bought undercoating in a can.

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Haha that's what's keepin me from doing it!! I've got enough on my plate!!
Yeah, it was worth it to me, especially since I already had the cab lifted. But I'm not planning on doing it again!
 
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Btw, I won' be working on it again until the last week of April cause I'm on vacation. Once I get back I have a few details to take care of, then it'll be swap time!!!
 
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Wow, I’ve missed a lot of updates. She’s looking great. I had no idea what “gloving” was either. You obviously get a more rigid frame, but are there any other benefits? Do you strengthen the cross members too?
 
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Old 05-31-2018, 11:32 PM
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There are no other benefits that I know of other than the stouter frame. I didn't do anything to the cross members, other than paint and undercoat. The rails were the only thing I gloved. I have to say though, the truck just has a nice solid feel now. Not that it didn't before, but definitely more so with the gloved frame.
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:41 AM
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Hey guys, unfortunately, do to work, the swap has been pushed out until this winter. I should be able to get going on it the first week of November, we'll see how things go. Until then, cheers!
 
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Old 06-13-2018, 02:05 PM
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I did finally get the truck on some new rims and 35s. The wheels are procomp series 69 18x9, the tires are a set of mostly worn out 35 12.5 bfg all terrains that I picked up for $75 to get me through the summer.
 
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I hate when life gets in the way of truck stuff.

The truck looks go though
 
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Old 06-13-2018, 07:02 PM
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Thanks man! Yeah, it's tough. But I guess it's part of life.
 
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