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Great thread guys!! The track width with the CST's is listed as 1.25" wider per side. Is this the actual finished, installed track width on the truck? If this is the case, then a rear spacer is most likely required to space out the rear track width correct? I guess then a fender flare of some sort is also probably required too then, correct?? Still planning.......
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Awesome! How do you like the way it turned out? Before/after measurements? What did you go with in back, coaches +3? (Can't remember what all you said you were getting)
I think it turned out great,the ride is equal or close to factory ride. I did go with coaches +3. Not sure how everyone is taking measurements? From the ground to top of fender well 45.75 front 45.25 rear. I was thinking it would have been a little bit more, but i'm totally happy with it.

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We all take a measurement, and add about an inch we are dudes, ya know?
your not right man! lol

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VERY VERY Nice I LOVE it!!!!!!!!

How did the install go, any trimming after those meats went on ?
Stance looks great and the front pic shows just how much clearance there is, looks tough!

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Here she is after the 3" body lift. She has been in the shop for 5 weeks to get the new stereo put on and the body lift. It took a bit longer than normal because my buddy only have 1 day a week to work on it.




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Tun1 your CM looks pretty sweet!!!!

SNGO please post better pics when you get a chance. Your truck looks big!

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Tun1 your CM looks pretty sweet!!!!

SNGO please post better pics when you get a chance. Your truck looks big!

Bobby, i will get a better pic whenever i get it back. Truck still in the shop for another week or two to get all the wiring fix.


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Here is better pic



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go for it bro. it looks good.


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Here is better pic

It looks really good I think the BBS wheels are throwing me off a bit when I try to picture what mine would look like. Do you have those gap hiders on? Hard to tell from the distance.

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truck looks great!!!

I didn't buy a 40k truck to drive thru the mud; I got a 4 wheeler for that

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plans are to lift it..... just not sure how yet...but im learning more thanks to this site!!

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It looks really good I think the BBS wheels are throwing me off a bit when I try to picture what mine would look like. Do you have those gap hiders on? Hard to tell from the distance.
Bobby I am not sure if he install the gap guard yet. I am not in New Orleans at this time to go check it out.

I really like the gap between the fender and the tire.


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My tundra is my first truck. I have friends that are into the truck styles, but I've always been a drop it til she hits the floor kind of guy.

But after seeing this thread I must say, I can really see the desire behind the lifting. All of these trucks look amazing! Well played guys. I might be looking into doing a raise instead of a drop for change.

You guys think I can raise it high enough to park the Celica under it?

Temp. sig until I can have a new one made. (Any takers?)
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