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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-01-2004, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
 
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I had some Eibach leveling coils installed on my truck, along with radius arm bushings...I have some add-a-leafs I might put on the rear... side view
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Re: Got it up

[img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img] Whoa, after reading the thread title, I was about to congratulate you on your Viagra prescription.
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lookin good. Now you have to level out the rear? Is that a new rear bumper? What happened to the old beastly one I gave you?
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ALRIGHT, another member of the leveling spring club. I count two....
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lookin good. Now you have to level out the rear? Is that a new rear bumper? What happened to the old beastly one I gave you?

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I have some rancho add-a-leafs that I might install. Yes it's new. The old bumper was cut up and some parts were used for other projects. It needs paint... I will take some autobody classes at the junior college this fall and replace both rear quarter panels and the tailgate.
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