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  1. 2020 Trail Boss LT. 35x12.50/20 Mickey Thompson Baja Boss on 20x9 Moto Metal Kraken - 0 offset. BDS 2.5" lift (on top of stock 2" lift) with Fox DSC coil overs. Very slight rub inside front fender well under compression at full lock. Pulled fender brace forward with zip ties about 3/4". Absolutely no rubbing now. Rides like a dream.
  2. The amazon reviews of Motofab tapered rear blocks (designed to lift rear 1") state the actual amount of lift is only .75"
  3. I actually had to make fewer modifications. The bumper does not have to be modified, only the bumper mounts on the truck. The only real difference was, I needed to notch the frame (where the e-brake cable passes through) more than the instructions state.
  4. Search YouTube videos for zone body lift. There's a portion of the lift that requires removing the front bumper and reinstalling it. Disregard the modifications that are called out, and it should get you there.
  5. So if that's a service perch, what bump stop are they referring to?
  6. Yeah, the pass through for the E-brake cable needed to be cut out a little more than the instructions say, but it wasn't a big deal.
  7. I purchased the BL for 2015-2015 models. The instructions actually include steps for 2016 models. I'm not sure why they haven't revised the kit description.
  8. I purchased the BL for 2015-2015 models. The instructions actually include steps for 2016 models. I'm not sure why they haven't revised the kit description.
  9. What type spacers are used for the additional lift? Got any pics?
  10. It appears the steps are in the same relative location on most brands. I think the issue with step location is really personal preference. If you look at the RC steps in relation to the seat, it is ideal for climbing in. When getting out, it would be easier if the step were farther back. If the step were indeed farther back, it would be less useful when transitioning from step to seat upon entry. I personally think the step location is ideal for both. I place my left foot on the step when getting in the truck. I place my right heel on the step when getting out. Then again, I'm 6' 2" so I really didn't have a hard time without the steps. My wife is 5' 2", so the steps were mainly for her and my daughter. I also didn't like seeing exposed frame and body mounts after my body lift, so the steps concealed that.
  11. I really like them. They are easy to install and rock solid.
  12. Pics of the hitch after Zone 1.5" body lift
  13. Rough Country steps Rear of wheel well to middle of front step ~23" Wheel well to rear step ~65"
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