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Well for those of you that kept up with my other thread, my one day lift project turned into three weeks.
I was missing the driver side axle dop bracket.
Well after the third week they finally sent me the right one :banghead
Anyway, finished it last saturday, just getting around to post pics.

Its a procomp stage II 6" lift. Blocks and an add-a-leaf in the rear.
33" tsl's on it right now, 35's and 4:10 sometime this summer :rockon




And some ttb flexin' :toothless



 

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Well for those of you that kept up with my other thread, my one day lift project turned into three weeks.
I was missing the driver side axle dop bracket.
Well after the third week they finally sent me the right one :banghead
Anyway, finished it last saturday, just getting around to post pics.

Its a procomp stage II 6" lift. Blocks and an add-a-leaf in the rear.
33" tsl's on it right now, 35's and 4:10 sometime this summer :rockon




And some ttb flexin' :toothless



Its cool, it happens, my 3week D44 Swap took 3 months:banghead

Truck looks good-:thumbup
 

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Well for those of you that kept up with my other thread, my one day lift project turned into three weeks.
I was missing the driver side axle dop bracket.
Well after the third week they finally sent me the right one :banghead
Anyway, finished it last saturday, just getting around to post pics.

Its a procomp stage II 6" lift. Blocks and an add-a-leaf in the rear.
33" tsl's on it right now, 35's and 4:10 sometime this summer :rockon




And some ttb flexin' :toothless



That's a 6" lift? wow.. been awhile since I'm seen a bronco on 33's...

Looks good..:thumbup

I just had to quote all the pics.. like ThetaTauMan does.. :thumbup
 

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That really doesn't look too bad, now I don't feel so awkward about running mine with 6" and 33's.... I really need to get that shit installed this summer.
 

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Thanks everyone :thumbup
The tires are 33/15.50/15

I had my origonal 33/12.50's on there and that didnt seem bad either
 

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i know the feeling of shite taking longer than it should and the satisfaction of a finished project i just redid my heads for my first time without help and when that truck fired up the first time and ran right it was like seein a new born child
 

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My D60 swap was supposed to take 2 weeks. It took 4 months.

My 1 ton swap over from my 85 bronco to my 94 bronco was supposed to take a month or 2.. It's goin on 6 months now. I havn't wheeled in almost 9 months. I'm hoping I remember how..
 

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or you can be like me with 37's and stock gearing. but hopefully it wont be like this much longer
 

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or you can be like me with 37's and stock gearing. but hopefully it wont be like this much longer
damn is it a slug? Thats crazy

37's would be sweet but im broke and have some 35's lines up.
I still dont know about 4.56's or 4.10's. Im totally undecided.

Its my daily driver, and i drive on the freeway a fair amount, and it has a c6.
so i dunno, havent gotten that far.
 

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Opening an old thread for sake of not having more than one on my lift...

From the first pictures with those itty bitty TSL's, you can see that my front wheels are not centered. The radius arms were drilled 15" back. The lift was used, so the front springs were already saggy, netting me about 4ish inches in the front. Not liking the none centered wheels, i moved my RA brackets one inch forward, which completely centered them and where it sits now.
WELL, the rake it sits at pisses me off everytime i look it it. So i bought some new 6" lift springs. I put them in, the beauty sat level, but had tonsss of positive camber, as expected.
So i proudly drove her down to les schaub where they told me they couldnt fully get the camber aligned without screwing up my caster. So i put my tail between my legs, drove it home and put the crappy springs back in.

IF i put my RA brackets back to 15" back, do you think this would cure my problem and i could put my new springs in? Why arent the wheels centered though? I dont see anyone else with this problem

thanks guys
 

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You did drive the coils for a while before an alinement right? If not the coils will be too tall and muck everything up. The coils must settle some.
 
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