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EpicCowlick EpicCowlick is offline

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  1. golfmedik
    08-19-2011 08:01 AM - permalink
    golfmedik
    Sorry, been away for a while. We ended up going with 1 1/2" stock steel, 4" long as a lift kit. We had the blocks drilled for pins and bolt holes for alignment. We bought new, bigger U-bolts from Eaton Springs and installed them. It worked great! Then we did another using 1 1/2" square tubing. It worked great also. Thank you for the reply and yes I did get it. Like I said, been off the forum for a while. Again, thanks!
  2. golfmedik
    07-23-2011 03:02 PM - permalink
    golfmedik
    Epic, I would like to know if you have any clearance issues with your 5er and the bed of your truck. You know I use the B&W like you, but my camping friend has a Reese with a Sidewinder and has very low clearance. By chance is your toyhauler lifted any? Tim has a '06 Harley F250 4x4 and a Raptor and has very poor clearance. If not, have you ever seen a toyhauler with a lift on it? If so, do you know where they got it? His springs already sit on the top of the axles. He needs to raise his hitch but know we are concerned about weight distribution between his axle and keeping it level. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks, Monty
  3. Marine_ID
    04-04-2011 09:02 PM - permalink
    Marine_ID
    Epic,

    Great video post on the door molding. Do you have any recommendations for how to upgraded the edge molding at the bottom of each door? I've noticed that I have a small space between the rubber and the frame when the door is closed and I keep getting dirt thrown up into the door well when driving off road.

    Thanks,

    Marine_ID
  4. pullinlite
    11-06-2010 12:39 PM - permalink
    pullinlite
    What size was the surgical tubing for the door molding upgrade?
  5. EpicCowlick
    09-26-2010 01:42 PM - permalink
    EpicCowlick
    When I installed mine, all I did was remove the grille and headlights. I justposted a video of how to remove the grille. Four bolts on each headlight assembly and you have everything taken apart that needs to be.

    The wire routing is a little tricky. After getting everything plugged in right, I wrapped everything in split-plastic conduit and routed it behind the upper cross-member in front of the radiators. I was careful to wiretie everything inside it so no thing would come in contact with the hot radiators.
  6. keast
    09-25-2010 12:58 PM - permalink
    keast
    HID Light Installation

    Just wondering if you did your HID install yourself. I just got my kit and started looking at the area behind the headlights. I see a couple of areas that look promising, but hack if I can figure out how to get access without pulling the wheel liner completely out. How did you get in there?

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  • About EpicCowlick
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    Salt Lake City
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    11 SD 6.7L CC SWB White Platinum Lariat Ultimate
    2" Auto Spring leveling kit (required caster correction)
    315/60/20 Toyo MT's
    Line-X Bedliner/Door Seal Mod
    DDM Tuning HI/Low HID's (H13, 55W, Color 5,000K)
    Titan 50 gallon tank

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