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  1. mick968
    05-22-2011 06:00 AM - permalink
    I have 2 in. springs plus 1/2 in.spacers and spring isolators top and bottom that add around another 1/4 in or so.With the accessories(rack,winch,bumps,sliders,ect) I about 2.5 depending on load.The key was opening up fending wells(cutting)(why I have the D2 flares to cover the carnage).Tried to not to get too much (suspension lift) .Added some extended bump stops in rear but works pretty good.Surprised at the off road difference the 33's made.Just added ARB locker up front as well so rig is pretty well set.
  2. AuZZZie
    05-18-2011 11:14 AM - permalink
    Hey mate. I really like the stance of your truck. Everything I've read says that a 2" lift on a D1 265/75/16 is pushing the limits for tire size. How did you manage to fit the 285's on there?

    Appreciate any insight.

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    97 D1 SE7 -3in lift(RTE)285/75/16 Cooper STT's on OKOR black steelies.GBR HD rear axles,RoverTracks HD frt axles/cvs and rear links,ARB frt and rear lockers,RTE steering,Rockstar bumps and sliders,Safety Device Rack,Hellas,Ramsey winch,RN diff guards.Never ending list.

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