I don't have any thing else except for a rear under seat tray which I have on Craigslist. The 4:56 is definitely too deep for you. They would work out for someone with 37 inch tires.Man, I did not realize that you were in Dayton. I am just 25 minutes northwest of Dayton in a little town called Laura.
This is kinda tempting, but I think 4:56 is way to low for my set up.
If you are looking to get rid of any of the other parts let me know. I would possibly be in the market for a few things from your list of mods.
We used to live in Spokane. My wife is active duty Air Force and had gotten orders to move to Dayton, Ohio this summer. Someday when she retires, I would like to move to MT. It is gorgeous there.hey dads_taxi,sorry to thread jack but, didnt u used to live in washington?
I'm wanting to get a Duramax 1 ton next summer. No more mods on trucks for me. It's a waste of money. I learned the hard way.I'm in the Columbus area. There are a few of us here in Ohio, spread pretty thin though, not like SoCal or Florida.
You looking to replace with a new Titan, or are you done with trucks?
This is more of a personal confession than anything else:Why do you say modding is a waste?
We used to live in Spokane. My wife is active duty Air Force and had gotten orders to move to Dayton, Ohio this summer. Someday when she retires, I would like to move to MT. It is gorgeous there.
modding is a waste because it depriciates your vehicle faster than anything. Not to mention most mods dont serve any real purpose for most drivers. Money would work better for you if you were to save or pay a vehicle off instead of paying interest. when people look for used vehicles they dont want someone elses loud exaust, huge lift with terrible mpg etc. you beat the truck up with mods then spend more to fix that. Shall I go on...Why do you say modding is a waste?