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Fenderwell Heights

He y guys, what's everybody's fenderwell heights?

It would be nice to see what lift you have, (including type of lift, rsk or whatever, what springs you are running, whether they are at stock OBS springs or SD springs), what size tire you have (actually measured out, not what it says on the sidewall), and what the fenderwell to the ground measures out. It would really help me out right now, trying to figure out everything before my SAS is finished.


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Re: Fenderwell Heights

this is my 88. 4 inch trailmaster lift with 37 inch tires.


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this is my 88. 4 inch trailmaster lift with 37 inch tires.

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Re: Fenderwell Heights

this is the second time someone has told me that when trying to post pics.
interesting, cause i can see it on my computer.
try this
https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...1&d=1523144307

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"Invalid attachment specified" is all I get lol.


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lets try it one more time
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Re: Fenderwell Heights

I actually found this thread that @Tom S started and has answered all my questions. https://www.powerstrokenation.com/for...n-heights.html


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