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post #21 of 23 Old 10-30-2009, 12:30 AM Thread Starter
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That's actually the kit that I bought from Greg. It's awesome!

And fitment-wise, if i have different wheels on my truck, it might fit better than it is right now. As for offroading, i think you'll be okay if it's nothing too major. But then again, I haven't really test out my truck yet. I might set the truck on some wheels when I do my oil change to see what kind of clearance I have. I'll post some pics when I get that done. Performance, it's another story. Without the ability to get different gears, it'll loose some pickup, but I can still shred rubber without any major performance mod. Although, supercharger is in the plan for the future.
Thanks for the link POPS! I can't wait to save up enough to buy it. Just had a baby girl so nows she's top priority. Know anyone lookin to buy a newborn? HAHA JK.

I'm planning on getting the TruTrac, now would new gears work with it? A supercharger would be sick! I wonder what kinda power it'd put out.
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I haven't look into trutrac much. But trying to get rings and pinion for our M226 rear end is kinda hard. I actually thought about doing a soild axle up front and replace the rear so I can get more gearing options and actually go up maybe another 2-3 ft and slap some 40" on the truck. But, to do that, I would have to sell the house and live out of my truck. I don't think my wife would like that much.

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In all reality, I would love to have the 37" tires but the extra two inches is just not worth it

-Less mpg......1-2mpg less minimum
-less performance
-More expensive
-will rub in high angle positions (unless doing the pinch weld mod)
-35" tires move this truck plenty good enough though mud or whatever you decided to drop into

For me......the cost outweigh the benefit. If I had the money to do absolutely everything I wanted I would definitely go with the 37" but, the dollar signs add up quick.

If you plan on consistently going offroad, a TruTrac is a must. I dont have one yet but, that is definitely on my list of mods.

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