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Sorry, I thought the photos would be included on the post. Still trying to figure that out.
 

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For those inquiring minds. I just had a TF 2.5" coil lift, Fox 2.0 Perf Series IFP shocks and BFG KO2 rubber in 285/70R17 installed. Other than needing to dial in the tire pressure, the ride quality is much better than I anticipated. I went this route as this is my daily driver first and foremost.

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https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3115560/IMG_1921-1.JPG


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Looks good, I also have a 2.5" lift, and was looking at running the same tires.
Thanks! The picture really doesn't do it justice. The tires look bigger in person must be the angle maybe???
 

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was caster addressed (lower control arms/ drop bracket)? what was included besides the 2.5 kit/shocks?
Indeed it was. Front alignment was also done.
 

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when I switched my oem KM tires to 35" ko2's, I saw improvements in mpg due to less rolling resistance from the AT. I also have a 6spd so its more noticeable to me. I hope it does the same for you.
Me too! Appreciate your insight!
 
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