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21 hours ago, Nasty said:

Ok reason i ask os because im thinking of getting one for my lowered truck. (Sounds dumb but i have reasons) and i want to be able to put back to stock if needed.  

The lower frame brackets don't actually serve any functional purpose, from my understanding they were put in place to meet federal safety guidelines to meet frame rail height requirements, but their honestly just a chunk of metal welded under the frame rails.


That would look really clean on your truck to be honest. If there's room for adjustment this would let you go even lower also 

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On 1/24/2019 at 9:11 AM, SuthrnZ71 said:

Your truck is awesome!  What size tires you running?  I really like that setup with the smaller rim large tire look, always thought it looks better!

Thank you really appreciate it ! Currently these are 295/70R17 (34x11.9)

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New updates-

Will be getting the spare tire/bed organization handled. This will be a production item built by SDHQ Offroad, the design will be very similar to their other chase racks currently available for other platforms. It will give me room to mount two spare tires, a floor jack, additional fuel etc. 


One of the best parts is it's entirely bolt in !


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Prepping for the summer in Arizona decided to order the new Mishimoto Trans cooler to get temps down, also added a Mishimoto Aluminum Radiator while the front end was taken apart.


 Trans Cooler-

  •  adds an extra 0.65 quarts
  • thermal bypass valve delete allows fluid flow to the cooler at all times

3 Row Radiator-

  • 45% Increase in core volume over the stock radiator

  • 45.45% increase in coolant capacity

  • 92% Increase in tube surface area over the stock radiator

  • 74% Increase in fin surface area over the stock radiator





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