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Old 04-30-2009, 03:50 PM
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hi guys. i currently have a 2005 f350 black crew cab, i have a 10 inch fatbech lift, with 38'' nitto mud grapplers and 20'' black rockstars. the problem is i have gotten used to how tall it is and want it higher, however with a 20'' wheel the biggest tire i can find is a 40''. then it goes to a 46'' mickey thompson claw, and then a 49'' super swamper. my question is does anyone know of a way to lift my truck high enough to fit the 46'' without cutting any sheet metal? and if so where do i find it, and about how much is it gonna run me? thanks guys
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interco makes a 44 inch tire also.
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anyone on the lift? and do you know what the name of it is, cause i cant find anything
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here is the 44 inch tire for a 20 inch rim.


bump for the lift
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:43 PM
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no matter how much we lift em they seem to shrink in our eyes..i just 38.5's on my truck today from 35's and truck still seems small..i want 10 inches instead of 8..and then after that i will want 12..its irritating i can't be happy..hehe
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You can do a One Up Offroad 18" system to clear 46s at full flex....but you'll need cut-out flares. The OUO systems flex and ride very well for their size.

Of course to do a 18" you need to swap to a 2004 front axle to be able to use crossover steering.
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