Dluvr22 said:I got 40" up front and 40" in the back.
Some may argue that its not high enough however my girl is 5'2" and she has to lift up her skirts and jump for the grab handle on the passenger side to get in.
There is no way I can go higher unless I don't plan on her ever getting in.
That'll be a bigger problem as she already claims that my Avalanche is No.1 in my life with her in second place.
If she can't get to ride it then I'll have even more convincing to do.
SRFNSNO said:I had running boards on mine till i Ripped parts of them off @ Paragon a few years back on the Blue Trails, Rocks & stumps.
Ment to measure last night 6" FabTech and 35" Bush wacker Pocket Flair.
2002blackedout2500 said:You must have short friends
Most are taller.had few fall getting out. One ripped his pants getting in.then there the few that turn and slide out seat.which i cant stand.now a few people that have lifted trucks get in just fine..BUT THERE THE MAIN ONES THAT SLIDE OFF
badboy2 said:For the guys with 6inch suspension lift whats your total measurements from ground to bottom of wheel wells?mine is 44inches with the 295/70/17.
I got a similar issue, and we have the same lift. I've been thinking about getting airbags for mine, only problem with them is it only resolves the issue when driving on the road, as soon as I go on trails I have to deflate them or they'll pop. Currently my AV sits about 1/2" off the bump stops, so basically any bumps I bottom out on. When I go off-road I generally get left behind because I go so slow over rocks and in holes. I also am getting tired of replacing coils every two years. The RCD lift had me puzzled, I couldn't figure out why they didn't use larger coils, the 4" block they they stick on top of the stock coils, IMO is a bad design. I'm looking at getting proper lift coils and getting rid of the block.Hanz Groober said:Took a bit of time off CAFCNA for a minute there. No particular reason, just other things I guess. My bad.
But I'm 45.5 front, 43.0" rear. That's with the truck sitting, not running, and not sure the airbags are fully pumped(LTZ).... and I gotta imagine that effects the rear height if they are low. But still, it usually looks a little lower in the rear, so I think I'm fixing this in the NEAR future......
(Edit: it's a 6" RCD lift)
(Edit 2: and the tires are 275/65/R20 Toyo MTs, worn down to 75%~. I don't speak "tire", but guys tell me that's approximately a 34", not a 35)