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Old 03-12-2010, 05:14 PM
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Anyone have 6" on 35's(on 6.4)

just wondering who had 6" lift on 35's ? I was looking at getting 4" lift but the 6" is $200 more so i figured why not, but I did buy 35's not too long ago so not lookinh to buy 37's just yet. but they will be 37's next time. thanks.
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35's with a 6" is gonna make the tires look small.... I'm just running a level kit with 35s and all I gotta do to stop the rubbing is tie the bottom of the fender liners back a little. I just installed the wheels/tires tonite and I'm getting a little rub where that one part of the fender liner hangs low. I trimmed the F250 and tied back and never rubbed at all.

I'd say on a 6.4 to run a 4" lift and 37s... I think that may be in my future
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Old 03-12-2010, 07:21 PM
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yeah I knew that. I want to see what it looks like. but thanks anyways.
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