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Old 02-28-2011, 05:03 PM   #1
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Does anyone have the 3inch bds lift that i can see a picture of with 33s.I just bought this 03 x with the 4inch lift and 33s dont know what the lift is but its a mess am planning on dropping to 3 inch bds because of drive line vibration problems and to stay away from all the after markets i would have to do to keep this heighth.Also since im having to redo the lift i dont have all the money that i had originally planned to spend on lowering the gears for the 33s is there any damage being done by driving it with the 33s and stock gears for now.All info appreciated

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Does anyone have the 3inch bds lift that i can see a picture of with 33s.I just bought this 03 x with the 4inch lift and 33s dont know what the lift is but its a mess am planning on dropping to 3 inch bds because of drive line vibration problems and to stay away from all the after markets i would have to do to keep this heighth.Also since im having to redo the lift i dont have all the money that i had originally planned to spend on lowering the gears for the 33s is there any damage being done by driving it with the 33s and stock gears for now.All info appreciated
I have a buddy in russellville that runs the stock gears with 33s (manual transmission) and his only complaint is there isnt enough power when in 4hi, when hes in 4lo everything is kosher.
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