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    Lifting a travel trailer 3"

    My friend bought a new travel trailer and it sat pretty low. He brought it over last week along with a spring-over kit and i welded on some bump stops. Trailer sits perfect behind his Tundra now!
    First pic at my house before the lift and second pic at his house with the easy lift setup on and it sits perfect




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    What? No aftermarket wheels, and big tires? I am depressed.
    Mark C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrotoys View Post
    What? No aftermarket wheels, and big tires? I am depressed.
    The spinners we had were the wrong bolt pattern.
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    No, you needs some 22 Wires on that bish.
    Mark C.

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