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    Last edited by LiftLaws; 02-16-2015, 05:58 PM.
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    My dad just told me I could have the bronco we built together, but it's in S.C and I live in GA. What is the ticket cost for a truck with over a 2 inch lift cause I have to drive it at least once on the street? =)
    You're good, the 2" lift is not enforced. the only guys that catch a hard time are riding around on 53" tires with headlights 6' in the air.
    This bronco has 44" tires on it, not sure how high the headlights are, but I figured I could mount some under the bumper for street use.
    I highly doubt you will have any problems with a Bronco on 44's.
    I live in GA, my daily driver has an 8" suspension lift and a 3" body lift running on 38.5s, I've never gotten any attention from the cops except them admiring it.
    If you're too worried bout it, wait til Sundays when everyone is in church.... that's what we do
    I have an f250 on 46s and a cop pulled me over just to look at my truck because he liked it, they really don't enforce the laws.
    Cops don't pull you over height they will address it only if you were stop for something else like speeding so unless your doing anything else wrong you shouldn't worry.
    Thanks for posting!
    Last edited by LiftLaws; 11-24-2012, 09:32 AM.
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      What are aux driving and passing lights? Is that just another pair of lights similar to fog lights?

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      • #4
        Yes, auxiliary lights are any lights on the vehicle that are in addition to the factory lights.

        Originally posted by Sykes1493 View Post
        What are aux driving and passing lights? Is that just another pair of lights similar to fog lights?
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