I disapprove G. Not even full replacements? Ew. You could have just hacked up the stock ones to the hoodline and got the same thing out of it There are other companies making aluminum full replacement tubes you know. I mean, since you wanted tubes and all. I hate seeing those things on your rig man. It makes me a sad panda. You didn't even gain anything by doing it. No tire clearance gains or anything. bleh
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We have other rigs that we use for the hard stuff. For these DD these are perfect! The Black Hole has a 4" lift with 35s and is properly bumpstopped and doesn't rub or hit anything. Why would I need more clearance when nothing rubs? They do give you more clearance at the back inner fender wall as you have to bend it back a bunch.
They are super light at 8lbs a piece for the front. The rear match the front perfectly and around 5lbs. I'm not getting any steel fenders or flares near that. As for full replacement fronts, I have Overlines on the Test Mule and like them a lot but they are a lot more work to install. These are nice because you don't have to spend all day removing everything that resides on the inners. Basically, three cuts and I was done in an hour installing the passenger side. The driver side took me 1.5 hours figuring out everything.
I don't need high lines as I'm using the stock hood and only running 35s. If I was going to run larger tires, I'd think about something else. Probably the Highline G3s from Genright.
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