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Old 10-31-2012, 03:27 PM
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06 350 4in lift pics???

Hey guys imma bout to buy 06 F350 KR monday and im looking at lifts. I dont want a big lift looking at a 4in with 35's anyone got pics of there SD with a 4in lift and 35's?
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P.S. Is Rough Country a good brand of lift for the 350?
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Old 10-31-2012, 03:29 PM
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This is a 6 inch on 35 in my sig. It is very manageable to get into and out of.
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So can you still haul a 5th wheel if need be? Im gonna do some towing cars and is a 6in gonna stress my driveshafts?
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Old 10-31-2012, 03:41 PM
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Also can you fit 35/1250/20 with just a leveling kit? im looking at rough country and idk if i should get the coil spring kit or the spacers...
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Im sure I could haul a 5th wheel. I just may need to lift the trailer LOL. The only thing I tow at the moment is my racecar.
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Im sure I could haul a 5th wheel. I just may need to lift the trailer LOL. The only thing I tow at the moment is my racecar.
hahahahahahaha nice im thinking of just leveling if i can fit 35x12.50/20 under it... and its the 2in spacers
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I am not sure if you will be able to. I know 33's fit on a level kit
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Ok! Hey I appreciate your help. I had a 06 150 FX4 and i had 35s on it with just a leveling kit
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On stock wheels 35's will fit stock. if you plan to use the truck for work, id just get a 1" spacer for the front so you run closer to level with a load.

Jason
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Old 10-31-2012, 04:39 PM
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It will be a dd and im gonna get wheels so will it actually be level with the 2in leveling kit? and so she will fit with AM 20's and 35's?
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