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Lifted 6.4s! Let's see em!

So I can't decide if I want to go with a leveling kit, 6" lift, or 8" lift. If you have either of these three...post up some pics!!! Just be sure to tell me what size lift it is. Preciate yall!
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:52 PM
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[quotef250ghost Lifted 6.4s! Let's see em!

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So I can't decide if I want to go with a leveling kit, 6" lift, or 8" lift. If you have either of these three...post up some pics!!! Just be sure to tell me what size lift it is. Preciate yall! ][/quote]

hey sorry f250ghost im the guy that was a few minutes ahead of you on both the 6" and 8" lifts you were looking at on here , I ended up picking both up not knowing myself what i want ,But only want to do it once ,or have the option of 6-8 inch and just swap of springs , so ill start out with the 6 i think ,and 37x13.50's , Heres just a leveling kit in my sig pic -Good Luck with your decision
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Heres 6in on 35's.





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I am in same predicament, although Im down to either 6 or 8"..... 6" looks fine with 35"tires in my books, which is what I have but I think 8" would make tires look small.

So, basically you may as well put that couple hundred $$ for level kit towards a lift kit!
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[quotef250ghost Lifted 6.4s! Let's see em!

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So I can't decide if I want to go with a leveling kit, 6" lift, or 8" lift. If you have either of these three...post up some pics!!! Just be sure to tell me what size lift it is. Preciate yall! ]
hey sorry f250ghost im the guy that was a few minutes ahead of you on both the 6" and 8" lifts you were looking at on here , I ended up picking both up not knowing myself what i want ,But only want to do it once ,or have the option of 6-8 inch and just swap of springs , so ill start out with the 6 i think ,and 37x13.50's , Heres just a leveling kit in my sig pic -Good Luck with your decision[/QUOTE]

You skipped right over the 4" kits. With the right wheel choice they are perfect for 35's and 37's on the 08+ trucks:



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Old 01-27-2012, 06:26 AM
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I got the perfect solution for you man. 7'' lift. Kinda an old pic but the best I have for representation of the height.

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I am in same predicament, although Im down to either 6 or 8"..... 6" looks fine with 35"tires in my books, which is what I have but I think 8" would make tires look small.

So, basically you may as well put that couple hundred $$ for level kit towards a lift kit!
I'd agree with the above, a max of 6in looks good with 35's if you go higher then you will also want to go larger on the tires otherwise they will look to small. You can go larger on a 6in as others have done, but sometimes they just look to large if the lift isn't there. Again, this is just personal opinion, so take it for what it is.
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And Shaun your truck looks awesome, love that colour!

I think a more aggressive tire would make it look even better, of course that is just my opinion.
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