Lifted Expeditions of EF.com (picture post)

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  1. Gruz7

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    Hahaha


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    Yea, the rear tires are biased towards the front even with stock tires so with the 35's it closes that gap between the tire and running board by an inch or so. Then with the suspension lift, the geometry of the rear suspension moves the tire forward a tad further. It's just the way things end up.
     
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    Wife and her girlfriend wanted to take the little ones apple picking, so along I went. Forgot the whiskey to mix with the hot apple cider... Damn...

    Made an expy friend! Kinda a before and after.

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    Okay so the kids were cute.

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    Lots of this lol

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    Dad mobile packs them all.
     
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    You son of a bitch... I love it.
    I actually found one, gotta stop having other shit die long enough to buy it.
     
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    I was very much excited when we were done. There are a couple of things I'd like to improve on, but for $100 and some labor, I'm not complaining.

    ETA: the long term plan is to cut the rear quarters to be at the same height as the bumper and frame, and wrap the bumper around in place of the cut material.

    ETA #2: and we're going to weld a plate with the correct studs so I can have more than 2 points of contact, and the tire will be at least another 2 inches higher to clear the hitch (mostly to add a bike rack, or a basket if beed be).
     
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    I found this for $50, I think I'm going to partially steal your general look for now.

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    Yessss. Are those hilift and jerry can attachments?
     
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    I believe hilift across the top, but I think cans would have to be separate.
     

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