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Old 03-24-2009, 10:46 PM   #22
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Hes on the right track because he heard bad news of the lift but keeping an open mind for the future. I bought the kit back then because I too was on a tight budget, and finally keep and eye on the spacer studs because one of mine was completely broken off when i uninstalled that same lift, and two other studs broke as i was loosening them.

with this particular lift the spacers just bolt directly on top of the factory top plate, then the actual spacers have new studs that go through the coil-over bucket where you tighten down the whole coil-over assembly. those are the bolts that need to be watched so no unneeded accidents happen

So If I have the OME setup i shouldnt have any problems with the spidertrax right?
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Old 03-25-2009, 06:00 AM   #23
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So If I have the OME setup i shouldnt have any problems with the spidertrax right?
ohhhh thats where the confusion is........ The Spidertrax will be fine, no problems there. My quips are with the brand of lift and their quality.
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That looks awsome!!! Hopeing to do my 3" lift in a week or so. As soon as the wife say's ok. I'm work'n on it. Anyone use a Trail Master Lift???
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Nice truck! Just noticed though... in the "after" pics, the white letters on the tires are showing on on side of the truck, and not showing on the other... was that intentional?

Never mind, WTF am I talking about... sorry.
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Truck looks GREAT! I LOVE 285's on stockers!
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