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Unread 03-04-2012, 09:36 AM   #31
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Anyone know if theres a way to get like 3 more inches of lift out of it?? I know I can do blocks in the rear but what about the front?
I love the wheels man! Very slick looking. I think the amount of lift you have is plenty and looks very very good just as it is. Too much is unstable too. Looks great if you ask me.
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Unread 03-05-2012, 03:39 AM   #32
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Awesome! Thanks for the info scott! Although, my top is quiet as far as driving goes. Its the speakers making it flex is the rattling. I can press down on the top and it stops. My next issue is, I gotta figure out how to mount that console better in the center cause the weight of the deck makes it bounce on rough terrains. May have to get small "L" brackets and rivet them in but bolt them to the top to bring the center of it up. I think that may fix it that.
No problem, I'm glad to help when I can.

A couple of "L" brackets mounted above the heaviest part of the console (the radio) should tighten everything up and get rid of the squeaks and rattles there. If you mount them from the inside of the console, the only thing that will be seen is the screws and you can get decorative stainless steel ones from any boat supply shop.

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Anyone know if theres a way to get like 3 more inches of lift out of it?? I know I can do blocks in the rear but what about the front?
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Honestly, I would leave it just like it is. It has a good look to it without being over the top.

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Unread 03-05-2012, 11:37 PM   #33
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Well what I thought about is getting the L brackets and doing it from the inside of course but rivet them in.. then all you see are acouple of rivets... then I can go for some screws through the roof If I need too..

Also those rims are 8" wide... its VERY stable
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