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Looks like you have dinner in the background haha

lol dude it was crazy, they just kept comin!!


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2014 LTZ Z71 6.2L with 3.5 knuckle lift on 20x10 Fuel wheels and 33x12.5 Toyo's

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When i was looking for a truck it HAD TO BE a summit white Z71 and while i'm making the payment... it might as well be a full crew cab! I am drooling at all your sweet trucks though my doods! I wish I could afford a 2500!!!!

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On 2/19/2019 at 5:56 AM, tyler.frost92 said:

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 Why do you have to make me regret not looking for a 6.2!?!?!!? I bet that thing RIPS at the dunes! what part of michigan are you in? 

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 Why do you have to make me regret not looking for a 6.2!?!?!!? I bet that thing RIPS at the dunes! what part of michigan are you in? 

It does decent at the dunes. I'm located in northern Oakland county


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On 7/3/2019 at 12:14 PM, CovetedStyle said:

I love what you did with the front bumper my friend!

Thank you! Skid plate was a little pricey but I tore the plastic valance off the first time the truck went offroad, and I think it looks much better without it.

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Here’s some pics of mine. Still have a few things left to do, but she’s getting there. 

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2017 1500 LT. 3" MotoFab front level and 1" rear block. MotoFab UCAs. i.5" zone spring lift and 1.5" Zone body lift. 33x12.5x18 BFG KO2s with stock wheels.
Still gotta put the rear bumper bracket on - it was a long Saturday putting on the body lift and ran out of want-to to finish up with the rear bumper raise.
I'll tackle that in a few weeks.

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On 8/21/2019 at 12:14 PM, TXGREEK said:

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This rig will always be one of my favourites.  Beautifully put together and nicely done..?

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