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does anyone know of a place or site or???? where .....

Abe

Member
I am looking for someplace I can look to find what the different states laws are reguarding &quot;lift&quot; or lift laws. I live in Texas and am military. I have a truck that is lifted and I want to make sure that I am ok with the laws, I am especially interrested in Washington State, Oregon, Georgia, and Kentucky, also Tennessee. If anyone knows where I can find this information I would certainly appreciate it. By the way,<br>Texas laws are as follows;<br>Cannot exceed 52&quot; on level pavement from ground to center of high beam lights in original factory location. NO BUMPER RESTRICTIONS, NO TIRE RESTRICTIONS, NO MUD FLAP RESTRICTIONS, NO TIRE OVERHANG RESTRICTIONS.<p>-Abe
 

77AZ4X4

Junior Member
Found 97 lift laws for all states, don't know where to find 2000 laws.<br>http://truckworld.com/How-To-Tech/97-lift-laws/lift-laws.html<br>
 
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