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yea. I really like the bullet proof setup but man I spent $7000 on my setup all together.
damn 7000?

you coulda had a bulletproof lift, rims, and maybe tires lol


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damn 7000?

you coulda had a bulletproof lift, rims, and maybe tires lol
Very true. I spent just over 7200 for my BP kit plus rims and tires plus the wheel adapters
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SpikyDude. Yea I have seen a few Tundra's rolling around.


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I was impatient and financed a Lift at Les Schwab... I wish I would of waited... Can I swap out the FabTech for a Bullet Proof Setup? More then Likely I am just going to do the 3 inch body lift and call it a day.


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Here's my 9 inchs of lift- a 6 inch PComp Stage II with a 3 inch Performance Acessories Body lift- just shy of the bulletproof 10 inch kit- BTW- BP kit with spacer is 10 inches, full coilover changeout is 12 inches- so I've heard. The blue one is bluedemons ride and he sports a 12IN BP kit



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Here's my 9 inchs of lift- a 6 inch PComp Stage II with a 3 inch Performance Acessories Body lift- just shy of the bulletproof 10 inch kit- BTW- BP kit with spacer is 10 inches, full coilover changeout is 12 inches- so I've heard. The blue one is bluedemons ride and he sports a 12IN BP kit

I would never have a 10" lift but I have to say I love the way it looks man. Nice truck.


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I would never have a 10" lift but I have to say I love the way it looks man. Nice truck.
I'm with you on that. Mine is a DD and just can't justify it. I use my truck for work stuff so it's just not practical. If it were a weekend toy, that would be a different story.

Curious to find out how my 7" BDS and 35's are going to affect my gas bill. I'm pretty conservative in my driving so it shouldn't be that bad.

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BigTundra. I just think you pushed me to do that 3" BL. Your truck is badd ass!!! Your truck looks almost as hight as the blue BP Tundra.


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Echo6 I have 35's and im getting 11.5 on a good day...


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Like the susp. lift. No disrepect, just observation: I don't like seeing the frame so low as a result from the body lift.


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