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Old 02-12-2012, 05:19 PM   #41
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looks great! are you only running wheel spacers in the back and not the front? Any clearance issues with the stock TRD Off road rims? Thanks, looking to do the same set up.
Wheel spacers front and back.
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Wheel spacers front and back.
Thank you!
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Old 02-12-2012, 05:21 PM   #43
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nfs257, your set up looks great!! what size tires are those they really match the lift!
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NFS your truck looks great dude! what shocks are you running with your expo pack?
Extended 5100's on the rear
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I have billies set at .85 n i measure at 24 & 3/4
Hu. OK. I thought NFS was running a O, setup up and had 25.5". Now, i'm really screwed up. The thing is I wanna scrap my pro comp set up but love the stance. I figured If I went back to stock springs and shocks with these spindles it would roughly give me the same 24 and 3/4 stance in the front. Everyone seems to be getting different numbers.and everyone has different set up's. So I guess it's just do it and see.
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Extended 5100's on the rear
Cool thanks bro. Truck is dam cool
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Old 02-12-2012, 05:55 PM   #46
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Hu. OK. I thought NFS was running a O, setup up and had 25.5". Now, i'm really screwed up. The thing is I wanna scrap my pro comp set up but love the stance. I figured If I went back to stock springs and shocks with these spindles it would roughly give me the same 24 and 3/4 stance in the front. Everyone seems to be getting different numbers.and everyone has different set up's. So I guess it's just do it and see.
Yeah, think bout it. I have a .85 billy on top of spindles n measure 24 3/4 andhe has the 1.6 from coils and measures 25.5 hence the height difference. Make sense?
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Old 02-12-2012, 05:59 PM   #47
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damn, you're right! So many varied set ups. One dude is going to do just spindles.
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Old 02-12-2012, 06:33 PM   #49
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I should get the spindles and all pro leafs by end of week, hopefully on by next week I'll post pics/numbers. Are you sure some of you are measuring from center hub? Based from my numbers some of you got 7-8" lift??

Posting my numbers from other thread:
Here's some front #s to share of mine..(center hub to fender)
Stock: 20.875"
Bilstein 5100 @ 1.75: 21.5"
Eibachs @ .85 : 23.125"
Spindles & Eibachs @ 0: TBD
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Old 02-12-2012, 06:34 PM   #50
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Hahaha thats after warranties expire etc.... not like suspension warranty matters at this point.
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Brake Lines

Oh and any info on the brake lines? Are they rubber or ss? I believe I need some for rear wondering if fronts are good that come with these...
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That was the one thing that we noticed. They could b just a hair longer. At full droop there was really no slack. But that's just being picky.
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Oh and any info on the brake lines? Are they rubber or ss? I believe I need some for rear wondering if fronts are good that come with these...
The fronts are stainless steel braided hose with rubber sheath on it. They were the hardest part of the install...
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That was the one thing that we noticed. They could b just a hair longer. At full droop they were a bit tight. But that's just being picky.
At full droop and wheel lock to make them slack re-bend the 2 brackets and they will be fine.
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See the left hose? Thats the full length of the brake line.
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See the left hose? Thats the full length of the brake line.
Bend the 2all metal tabs a little the hard line on the brakes will give a little and it outs slack in the stainless line...

See the correction. I meant to make them slacker...
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Yeah theyre bent per the instructions.
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Yeah theyre bent per the instructions.
Gotcha. At full droop and full turn is when I bent mine to ensure slack...
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Had to test the brakes after installing the front lines, They are hard to install!

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Hahaha.... Hows that door hinge chris !!???



Looks good buddy !!!...
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Hahaha.... Hows that door hinge chris !!???



Looks good buddy !!!...
Hinge works great! The other Chris (csjumper) got the jack out and left it open....
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