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6" lift on 12 crewmax

Hey guys I have recently got my truck lifted.
Pro Comp stage 1
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Toyo 35x12.50-20

Here are some pictures That I took, this is with the light tint on the front windows that I did not like.




Went with my friend to get his tint on his truck and decided ill get mine retinted also so here it is with the new tint, I think it looks 100 times better what you guys think.






I'm planning on getting a 3" BL just because I would like it alittle higher and putting 37" tires on.

The only problem with the setup I have right now is that with 35" they rub at full wheel look in reverse an is super loud and kind of embarissing.

With a 3" body lift and 37" will it rub also at full wheel lock?
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Where is it rubbing? Body mount or fender liner or skid plate? All of those can be addressed pretty easily.

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im not sure exactly where its rubing but my friend saw it also so ill try and get a picture later i think its in the back side of the bumper towards the center if that makes since but ill get a pic later
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Did you push the fender liner in at all? Super easy to do......

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what is the fender liner and I think it rubs on the back bottom of the front bumper
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Sick truck man! I'm going to do this setup in a couple of weeks. How do u like the ride quality on the icons? Did you get the icon rear shocks too?? I got a quote on pro comp stage 1 with icons coils for 3000 installed with alignment. Let me know what u think!

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Got a picture of the wheel at full wheel lock and my dad got a picture of it.
The red is where its rubbing on the plastic and the yellow is where its rubbing on the tire. These are toyo M/T tires so its rubbing on the very edge where i circled it in yellow.



Tomorrow my dad said I should try sanding it, I will be sanding it tomorrow since I dont need to get that much off.
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Thanks man, the ride quality is realy good it ride smooth. As far as the rear I used the block that came with the procomp kit. I forgot to order the 3" shackles for coachbuilder but when i get the body lift and 37" tires im going to have them install the shackles and TRD rear Swaybar. Im not sure what the rear shocks do so maybe you can give me some info on that.

I got my whole setup a wheelware house for 6600. That includes procomp stage 1, icon coilovers, 20" xd monsters, 37" toyo M/T, alignment and tax .

I went to 4wheel the quote they gave me was horrible. the said for 5500 procomp stange 1, 17" wheels, and 33" tires.
So that didnt even include icon coilovers, alignment, and tax and was a major downgrade in wheels and tires.
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Truck looks way better with the darker tint!what % you got up front?also looks sick with that 6inch


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Truck looks way better with the darker tint!what % you got up front?also looks sick with that 6inch
Thanks and im not sure the place i when to had 3 choices
Really light, medium, and limo.
In the first couple of pictures they were the medium and it looked like there wasnt even a tint so I decided to get limo.
The back is factory tint with medium.

The guy said since the front is limo it will be darker than the back but you cant even tell the black vinyl blends it in good
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I see.where you from?here in Texas I know that limo is way below legal limit.i think 25 or 30% is legal limit for the front 2


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Im from Cali, im pretty sure here any tint in the front is illegal.
But I dont think they pull you over for a tint unless you are doing something bad or getting smart with them when they pull you over, then they will try and ticket you for everything haha. my bro got a ticket for going 65 in a 35MPH zone and the police officer didnt tell him anything about the tint. But some police officers are different.
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That's very true some officers can be real dicks.ive just learned be very courteous when they pull you over.and I'll probably agree with you about tint being illegal.cali has some crazy ass rules and regulations


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That's very true some officers can be real dicks.ive just learned be very courteous when they pull you over.and I'll probably agree with you about tint being illegal.cali has some crazy ass rules and regulations
haha hell ya without a doubt, on my mustang that my bro now drives, i was in the car with him and the cop almost pulled us over im guessing the exhaust is some what loud. I knew it wouldnt be the tint because he never saw the side of are windows. And so many parts I wanted for my mustang were not allowed in cali so they wouldnt even ship it here.
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