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Unread 02-16-2013, 09:16 PM   #16
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You can always go to a LCOG build too. Once inch body lift and do a tummy tuck. Hi line the front fenders and add your flat flares and then a 1/2" boomerang and a small lift spring of your choosing. That's what I really want to do as I really have no interest in massive boulders.

For reference I hope to build a D30 and 8.8 with 4.10's and lockers. Probably auto to keep costs down. I think my Howell 4.2 can turn 35's with that gearing alright. And I could be wrong. Hope not. Cut the rear and hi line the front with a 2" stretch. A tummy tuck and maybe a 1" body lift if a tt isn't feasible without it. I've still got a lot of reading and learning to do so I apologize if my plan has it's holes.

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