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Old 02-11-2008, 01:52 PM
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I have an 06 f350 crew cab long bed and would like to at least level it and put at least 33's or 35's on it but I have a problem. When I put it in the garage now my cab lights only clear by 2"s now I was wandering if you guys had any tricks to getting it in the garage. I only use my truck on the weekends and none during the week to many short trips, so I would like to take care of it through the week any ideas about what to do would be appreciated.
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Old 02-11-2008, 01:53 PM
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sorry, nothing to do but cut out for a bigger door...lol, or get a free standing carport and keep it in
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Old 02-11-2008, 01:54 PM
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Get a lift kit for the garage too.
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let air out of the tires. Good looking johnny popper! is that an A?
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yeah I guess if you only used it on the weekends letting the air out would work, you could probably loose a few inches that way
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Well I don't know if you are wanting the look of the truck being a little higher, or just to have bigger tires, but if you are just wanting bigger tires I got 35's on my 99 without anything done to the suspension and that might keep you from going over the 2" till you hit
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What is it like being able to park in a garage??? I've never been able to do that!
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Get a lift kit for the garage too.
haha nice!
I'm always parking outside too. My truck fits height wise in my garage, but is too long by roughly 2 feet- so that's not happening.
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