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Old 04-20-2011, 03:11 PM   #1
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who all has a stage 2 or 3 icon lift?

Alright the icon is spendy but I hear its definitly worth it...I was wondering who all has it and what do you like/unlike about the lifts...

Pros and cons if any would be loved to be heard...also what size rim and tire are you running...if you trimmed, about how much? Does anybody have bigger than a 33 inch tire on theirs?

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Old 04-21-2011, 08:11 AM   #2
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I'm sure people do. There is a good handful of guys running 35"s. The higher the stage the better of course. And everyone is going to have to trim, and its going to be this much. You don't need to trim shit for 33's really.. 5 minutes of a hammer and your anger.
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I'm sure people do. There is a good handful of guys running 35"s. The higher the stage the better of course. And everyone is going to have to trim, and its going to be this much. You don't need to trim shit for 33's really.. 5 minutes of a hammer and your anger.
Alright cool, and 35s really? That'd be kina cool to try out...and the trimming sounds like a must and that doesnet bother me one bit...thanks for the post man
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Old 04-21-2011, 11:21 AM   #4
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Im running a set up similar to the stage 3, but with TC UCA's, and the 2.5" remote resi rear shocks.

I'll start with "Cons"

*The street ride is on the firm side, compared with a progressive rate suspension.

"Pros"
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Large, fast hits are soaked up fantastic!

For faster off roading, I dont think you can beat the Icon suspension.

FWIW, Im running 32" tall tires.
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Im running a set up similar to the stage 3, but with TC UCA's, and the 2.5" remote resi rear shocks.

I'll start with "Cons"

*The street ride is on the firm side, compared with a progressive rate suspension.

"Pros"
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Large, fast hits are soaked up fantastic!

For faster off roading, I dont think you can beat the Icon suspension.

FWIW, Im running 32" tall tires.

Nice, I would save extra to get some ucas also, street ride would be a factor really, so overall sounds awesome...do you think you could fit bigger tires? And did you trim at all for 32s or thers prolly enough room for those huh
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Nice, I would save extra to get some ucas also, street ride would be a factor really, so overall sounds awesome...do you think you could fit bigger tires? And did you trim at all for 32s or thers prolly enough room for those huh
33's can fit without too much trimming. I went with the 32's as I tow a boat, and I dodnt want to re gear, which I would have done if I went to 33's.
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33's can fit without too much trimming. I went with the 32's as I tow a boat, and I dodnt want to re gear, which I would have done if I went to 33's.
Oh alright yea that's a good reason...thanks for the post
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I have something similar to chris4x4 but have not had a chance to install it. You missed out on a great group buy!
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I have something similar to chris4x4 but have not had a chance to install it. You missed out on a great group buy!
Well I don't have a truck to even put it on yet so maybe in the future there will be another...I'm asking questions for wayyy down the road lol
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