Randeez 2012 Budget Yukon Denali Build (stick on hood scoops galore)

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Keeping the 22s or getting American force wide bois

you know me too well

if i throw the 22 on there and shit clears everything i may put some 35s on them, but i think ill need offset closer to 0 or -25ish. they are around +20 iirc.

yea ill prob be checking the facebookers for some cheap forces. but i aint buying any new lol.
some fuggin 22x12 or 24x12 with not the cheapest 35s in the world, is already like 4k
 

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you know me too well

if i throw the 22 on there and shit clears everything i may put some 35s on them, but i think ill need offset closer to 0 or -25ish. they are around +20 iirc.

yea ill prob be checking the facebookers for some cheap forces. but i aint buying any new lol.
some fuggin 22x12 or 24x12 with not the cheapest 35s in the world, is already like 4k

I’ve got a guy that deals in lots of used forces and other big wheels if something comes up that will fit I’ll let you know.
 

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alright sooo ordered a superlift 6.5"kit for a 2015 yukon due to the aluminum control arm/spindle issue. in the instructions it gives you a breakdown of box components (kit). for the hell of if i looked up the 2007-2014 front crossmember/diff drop and took a look to see if i could just order that specific box. found it on some RV site and its was only like 215 bux lol. so i ordered that also

6.5" lift for the front- keeping your current rear drop or going lower?
 
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transmission is in the back of the cmax.

also it worked out for some major sukass points too....cause was out in the field all day today. planned on just going home and ******* off the rest of the day but they called. so i ran all the way back down to grab it and stopped by office to really show how much of a team player i am by coming into the office after making a 250mile away site visit
 

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transmission is in the back of the cmax.

also it worked out for some major sukass points too....cause was out in the field all day today. planned on just going home and ******* off the rest of the day but they called. so i ran all the way back down to grab it and stopped by office to really show how much of a team player i am by coming into the office after making a 250mile away site visit


If converting your lowered ~1,500-HP street/track toy into a lifted ~900-HP off-road capable rig for easier access to jobsites isn't considered being a team player, then you're working for some real assholes.
 
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Tranny in the trunk
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Cept it's under truck now - the two hardest parts

i had the urge to just bolt it in, but i need to put the flex plate back on (took it off cause i was gonna 6 bolt it, but fuggit if no more power.

planetary for transfer case sposed to be here tomorrow and lift parts should start showing up tomorrow and friday i think, 4 separate boxes i think it said
 

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