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Old 06-15-2009, 04:56 PM
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Drag truck idea...what do you guys think?

Ok, so I currently am running a 2.5" leveling kit and 35" Toyo Open Country MT's on my crew cab short bed F-250. I run the Spartan "310" tune, AFE stage 2, 5" exhaust, and an Air Dog II DF-165. I am getting ready to start drag racing the truck some. So....

1. Take out the 2.5" leveling kit block in the front
2. Put on a 33" wider all terrain tire a 20" wheel (want KMC Monsters, but not sure)
3. Take out the 2" stock rear blocks and put in 1" rear blocks
4. Single 7" stack


What do you guys think?

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Heres what I did and you can do what you want but this might help. Every truck sits a little different. I would take the leveling kit out and then measure the front and back with a tape from the ground to the top of the fender well. Then pull the spare tire and remeasure. Then I would pull the factory blocks and remeasure again to see if you need to put a 1" block back in. My truck ended up being a 1/2 inch low in the back by pulling the spare and the blocks. It doesnt bother me and looks level to me. Im not to crazy about stacks though. Good luck!
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