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k5withrocks

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i usually leave the rear bumper alone and put in a black piece of plastic to cover the gap that is created.the front bumper is the one that really needs to be relocated.if you raise the rear bumper the spare tire underneath and the hitch really become visible

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Okay thanks. Ill post some pics when its done so you can see wgat it tooks like. Youve been alot of help!
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I just got my parents old truck, its a 2002 GMC Yukon XL 4X4. I want to lift it like 3 or 4 inches to put "33 BFG all-terrains. im thinking about a 3 inch body lift but im not sure how easy that is.. ive heard alot about the rear bumper relocation being a pain. but i want to do whatever is the cheapest!

SOMEONE PLZZ HELP MEE!!!!!

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