Rear bumper is one off home brew. Aftermarket 62 mirrors, they have some vibration at speed, but my tundras tow mirrors do the same, so it doesn't bother me.Super nice and clean 60! LIke the rear bumper, do you know what it is? Mirrors look great, what other mods are on it.
Let me know next time y'all are meeting up. I'll definitely donate a six pack for any recommendations on where to start.That's a nice 40 but without specs it's difficult to assist. Also, you'll need to be specific on your intentions to get the correct answers.
If you're plan is to street drive it only drop the tire size to 33s or 35s and drive the piss out of it. If you intend to wheel it you should come along for a ride or two and assess from there. It's very easy to spend $$ on things you think you need today to only figure out a year from now it was a total waste.
We have a member in Buford that has a 2 bay shop in his back yard where we work on our junk and drink a few sudsy beverages 2 or 3 Saturdays a month, you're welcome to bring it up and show it off if you want.
Yes, registered with a tag.Those look like 15x12's, so I'd highly suggest not stretching 33's on there.
Depending on your suspension setup, you could jump down to some cheapo 15x8 steel wheels to throw 33's on.
Has it been registered and have a tag? Or is it been a recreational vehicle that's been trailered to the mud pits?
@gte037p given the attached photo and nothing else, I would surmise that that rig has a spring over and is likely also running lift springs. For you to drop it down and sit reasonable on 33's I would start with swapping in some stock height springs. The SOA is going to be 4"+ of lift alone. One you get it there, you will likely need to address the steering linkage to get those angles more in line. Make sure you driveshafts haven't been lengthened and if so those may need shortening. Then new shocks should get you back down.
If the spring under mounts are still on the axle, you could pick up some OME or similar lift springs and just swap them back underneath. Steering and driveline will still need a look to, but that is also an option.