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I'm a little scared to go shred apart my Rodeo's suspension due to the frame actually being two frames welded together down the middle (yes, rust victim), so I bought a Toyota Pickup and did all that stuff that I wanted to do on the Rodeo on it! :D





I shifted the rear axel forward 10" and it has about a 3" body lift with about 6" on the suspension. I had 39s on it running fine, but until I upgrade the rear axel (to a Dana 44 taken from a Rodeo in a junkyard) I have 35s on in this pic. Definitely not a show car; just something that brings life to wheeling events in my club (www.bigrubbers4x4.org) when somebody wants to see me break stuff or roll. Figured I post it on here.
 

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keep the yota rear axle. Its plenty strong. But get some longfields in the front of that axle or else its gonna break pretty easily if you dont already.
 

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Sweet truck, take the Rodeo body and slap it on that frame :)
 
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