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10-06-2018 08:14 AM
DieselDave NICE! I am interested in a more milder combination, what did you use before the big lift? Where did you get that big bumper?
08-14-2017 12:23 PM
Trouter Looks great, the hard part to a lot of projects is they become addictive and you never want to quit.
08-13-2017 11:05 PM
CTerrain Nice!
08-13-2017 06:38 PM
smntiger
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Originally Posted by CTerrain View Post
thats badass! who did the 2.5 lift part of things?
My mechanic at RPM Autoworx in Savannah, GA custom made everything for me. Its build from heavy-duty steel (stuff is heavy as **** lol).
08-12-2017 09:20 PM
CTerrain thats badass! who did the 2.5 lift part of things?
08-12-2017 08:33 PM
smntiger Hello All!

Took a bit longer than expected as custom work always does but here you are. The first lifted Equinox! The build features a 2.5" lift, 2" subframe drop, front valance delete, exhaust modification and relocation, (new rear shocks from D Pro but those were already installed), 4 frame stiffeners, custom control arm mounts, extended and modified steering stabilizer, all on 265/70/17 Toyo OP M/T. She sits 4.5" taller than your stock equinox and all of the extras were made from heavy steel so she still drove like a factory nox right off the line but is higher and more beefier.

If you guys have any more questions feel free to go to my instagram (@tiger_nox) where I will answer almost instantly.
08-11-2017 12:26 PM
rlabar1288 more details of components used...?
07-28-2017 12:18 PM
breakthrough Nice build. The dogs like it too. 👍
07-25-2017 02:21 PM
CTerrain what components did you use to lift? Cant wait to see it finished
07-24-2017 11:18 PM
smntiger
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Gonna look mean
Flat black paint would top it off nice

There was a member here that did the same to his Terrain. Not sure what happened to him though
His name is Brad! I contacted him when I started this build and he is actually a good friend now! Flat black paint where?
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