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Old 12-03-2010, 06:38 PM   #1
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CopyTaco's Murdered Out DCLB

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Murdered Out DCLB


Current Nov '12



Stock



- Picks on post #3
- Blacking out my badges, bumper and grill
- Snorkel install



Next on the list:
- Dakars
- rear high-clearance armor
- Passenger seat-belt warning mod
- Complete matte black exterior
- 315/75/16 Tires
- on-board air


Suspension:
- OME 90000'
- OME 886X
- OME N182
- Toytec 2" AAL (no TSB)
- Light Racing UCA's


Wheels & Tires:
- Treadwright Guard Dog M/T B2B (D) 285/75r16
- General Grabber AT2 285/75/16R
- Mickey Thompson Sidebiters 16x8 4.5" BS


Exterior/Functional Mods:
- 4.56 Gears Front and Rear - THANKS ECGS!
- ARB Air Locker
- Relentless IFS Skid
- Cab Mount Chop
- Rear Differential Breather Mod
- MetalMiller Tire Rack
- N-Fab tire carrier
- Firestik 4' Tune-able
- Bed Rail CB Antenna Mount
- Mag Light Mod
- Custom CB center-console mount
- Smittybilt 98281 XRC-8 Comp-Series with synthetic rope
- Demello Offroad 3-Hoop Front Armor
- ACRO Fogs!!
- SnugTop Canopy (Seasonal) SOLD!
- OEM Roof Rack
- Grillcraft Black Mesh Grill
- OEM Scoop Hood (Matte Black)
- OEM Rear Bumper (Rattled flat black)
- Halo Projector Headlights w/ 4300k HID's Flooded too many times lulz!
- Semi-debadged
- Badges Blacked Out
- Safari Snorkel
- 4Xinnovation DOM welded rock rails with kickouts
- ATO HiLift bed rail mounts
- RedLine Hood Struts

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Old 12-09-2010, 09:28 PM   #3
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Old 12-11-2010, 09:45 PM   #4
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Alrighty... weather is still shitty but here's a few teasers... I am extremely happy with the results. Tiny tiny tiny take off vibes however none beyond that. Minor trimming to clear the rear part of the front fenders. Did not have the chance to measure hub center to fender but the lift is SICK and I love my WHEEL/TIRE combo. Enjoy!

Stock photo first when i dropped it off at the shop....



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Old 12-11-2010, 09:55 PM   #6
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Old 12-12-2010, 04:29 PM   #8
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That looks sweet, I've got the same setup. I assume u set your 5100's to .85?
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Old 12-12-2010, 04:36 PM   #9
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Looks nice, especially the new wheels!
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Old 12-12-2010, 07:42 PM   #10
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Nice, I'll keep my eye out for you.


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That looks sweet, I've got the same setup. I assume u set your 5100's to .85?
Correct. I am really enjoying the ride. Not too stiff but I can only compare it to the stock shocks and to be perfectly honest I like the way it rides now over the stock setup.
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Old 12-17-2010, 06:10 AM   #13
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Suspension parts ran me $1043.14 (everything minus new tires n wheels). Thanks DSM and Toytec for some discounts too
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Great setup Copytaco! I've been doing a lot of research on what lift for my dclb and I think you've helped solidify my choice. Any issues thus far? How'd the alignment go and have you noticed any vibes?
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Great setup Copytaco! I've been doing a lot of research on what lift for my dclb and I think you've helped solidify my choice. Any issues thus far? How'd the alignment go and have you noticed any vibes?
No issues. Just some minor fender trimming which I knew was necessary from the get go. I think I feel some extremely faint vibes at take off but it could simply be me not being used to the new tread and wider tires which would make more sense.

Alignment is perfect! Straight all the way and I couldn't be happier and no premature wear from what I can tell. Money well spent and I think the wife has finally come around too HAHA. I will admit that the finished lift was much more than I was initially visualizing and there is a bit more effort needed to get into the cab.

OH! And I just purchased my Avid light bar tonight too. Can't wait! Showed the wife and she noticed the step bars on their site as well... think she's sold already considering they are for her tiny ass anyways.
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No issues. Just some minor fender trimming which I knew was necessary from the get go. I think I feel some extremely faint vibes at take off but it could simply be me not being used to the new tread and wider tires which would make more sense.

Alignment is perfect! Straight all the way and I couldn't be happier and no premature wear from what I can tell. Money well spent and I think the wife has finally come around too HAHA. I will admit that the finished lift was much more than I was initially visualizing and there is a bit more effort needed to get into the cab.

OH! And I just purchased my Avid light bar tonight too. Can't wait! Showed the wife and she noticed the step bars on their site as well... think she's sold already considering they are for her tiny ass anyways.
That's great to hear! My wife asked me what I wanted to do to my truck so I showed her a picture of yours and she was digging the stance. She said it definately looks better with a lift. Bingo! I owe you one! I'm installing my grillcraft this week and putting on a magnaflow muffler soon, then hopefully tax return money will finance the lift. Thanks for your response!
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Little update on the OP with some TITTS...

Eibachs finally settled in the front giving a mean looking rake to my truck. Installed a Yakima roof rack along with some powder hounds as well. Still waiting on my Avid light bar to show up and am currently working on blacking out and satoshing a spare grill frame I received on the cheap.

Update: Avid light bar finally arrived! Install was not so bad solo however the holes for mounting on the light bar were too narrow. Spent a good time filing the outside of the holes to allow it to mount. Rattlecanned it with Restoleum primer and bed liner. Just picked up a black OEM grill and will be picking up an OEM hood with scoop tomorrow.
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Updates...

Lots of pictures added. Lots of inspiration for this build coming from several members here.

Well held off on the satoshi but the look has actually lost its appeal. Have a half done satoshi in my garage and another backup grill to play with.

Avid light bar was given proper primer and bed liner coats. It was a BITCH to install however. I think it might have gotten bent during shipping the smallest amount which I was unable to catch on initial inspection. The mount holes would not line up properly so I literally had to take a file and go to town. Once I got it on and installed I can see the slightest lean to the left when looked at head on. Oh well, barely noticeable.

Found a black OEM grill as well as a black OEM hood with scoop from a guy on CL. Got quite the deal I am waiting on priming and sanding down the scoop insert until I decide on a color. I will be painting my scoop insert and back oem grill to match each other in probably a realllllly dark flat charcoal grey kinda color (or bed liner i guess...).

Edit: AND buying either OME 885's or 886's in two weeks.... should i run 885's until I buy front trail armor/886's? Or just go 886's now? I need a full 3" up front.

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