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This is a discussion on Need Lifted Suburban Pics within the Offroad forums, part of the General Discussion category; Anyone got any pics of a new body style sub with 6" of lift, preferrabley Fabtech. Thank a bunch! Not ...

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    Truckless :( HENRY's Avatar
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    Need Lifted Suburban Pics


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    Anyone got any pics of a new body style sub with 6" of lift, preferrabley Fabtech.

    Thank a bunch!

    Not a Fabtech lifted sub, but really nice dually sub :)

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    Pretty cool, definitely different. Is it just me, or does it look like the rear fenders continue onto the doors, and that there is a line in the fender.... so when you open the door, part of the fender bubble goes with it? I'd like to see it with the door open.
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    Originally posted by Henery

    Anyone got any pics of a new body style sub with 6" of lift, preferrabley Fabtech.
    http://images.cardomain.com/member_i...304_5_full.jpg

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    Here's a couple of a Sub with a Whiplash lift and 38" PJ's....I know its a little bigger than you wanted...but thought I would post...



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    i dunno if i like that guy's wheels....
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    i dunno if i like that guy's wheels....
    word...those are about the gayest wheels ive seen on a lifted truck. i dont get why people put stuff like that on a vehicle....especially a lifted one....do they think it actually looks good, o ris it all for shock value?
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    dont know any specs on this one (looks like a rancho to me) but its from BNC's site



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    That lifted dually Surburban is tight.

    Don't forget the ORU Suburban.

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    Its got a little more than 6 inches but here you go.
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    :LOL: :LOL: omg that thing is huge! what are the specs on it?
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    Originally posted by 942drYukon
    :LOL: :LOL: omg that thing is huge! what are the specs on it?
    D44/9" combo with 20" of all suspension lift with 15x14 beadlocks on 42" Tsl's.
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    dont know if you seen my truck..but click HOME...its a tahoe..with a 6" Pro-Comp...also...its 3:30 in the morning..im really really tired...but do a search for BogeyBoy82...and one of my first posts is a pic request that says "pics of new style tahoes/suburbans lifted"...its got links to allllll sorts of pics...the FSC guys really came through for me..sorry im lazy...but...hope that helps....

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    I got issues, so what! MoJoe's Avatar
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    Originally posted by DirtySouthZ71
    Its got a little more than 6 inches but here you go.
    Damn sweet but someone needs to take off the double sided tape from the molding



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    hey lifted96chevy
    that is one bad *** sub
    what size lift it it?

    please reply
    nick

 

 

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