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Old 08-11-2013, 05:36 PM
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F450s - What lift, wheels, and tires are you runnin?

New to the dually world and am wondering what lift, wheels, n tires everyone is running. Not looking to go huge, but wouldn't mind a little more meat on the road and the sand.
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Old 08-11-2013, 07:17 PM
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Put my lift on in 2009 and Fabtech was the only one that made a 6" lift for a F450. F450 are different underneath than the 350's. I put on American Force 24" direct bolt on wheels with Falken WildPeak All Terrain 37x13.5 tires.





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New to the dually world and am wondering what lift, wheels, n tires everyone is running. Not looking to go huge, but wouldn't mind a little more meat on the road and the sand.
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Did you have to use longer bolts or spacer on the rears or did the wheels account for that?
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No, standard studs that came on the truck. Wheels were direct bolt on for ten lug Ford F450. Came from American Force in Miami.

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Are the inside wheels steel wheels that they send to complete the 6pack?
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