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Old 12-24-2002, 11:54 AM
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hi, uh this is my first time on this site and the first time i've owned a vehicle. i'm hoping i can get some tips. i need your opinions on what you think about someone wanting to lift a 77 chevy C10 (2wd). i also want to put super swampers on it. my dad suggested not to because he said people would make fun of it because it looks like a 4wd truck when its really a 2wd. personally i don't see the prob but maybe i'm just not seeing the picture. any suggestions? <img src="graemlins/evil.gif" border="0" alt="[evil]" />

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Do a search for Prerunners. This is the term for lifted 2wd's. It is becomming quite a popular trend now and Toyota even has the Prerunner from the factory. They run larger tires but not to the point of Super Swampers. The 2wd front suspension is not setup to run a tire of that size.

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Look in Four Wheeler magazine, there are many advertisers that carry 2wd suspension lift kits. One website to try is:

www.roughcountry.com

They should be able to get you every thing you need. Hope this helps.
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