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Old 04-28-2011, 06:51 PM
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what size lift for a 6.4 F250

hey you guys .. im new to the community and just wondering what size lift do i need minimum for 37 inch tires? im not a fan of the huge lifts on the smaller tires, thanks
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Old 04-29-2011, 07:44 AM
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I have 2.5 on the front and 4 on the back. Works pretty well. Tires will hit the frame if you turn either way 100% but I don't ever recall hitting the fender flares.
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Old 04-29-2011, 07:54 AM
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I have the 2.5" Ready Lift leveling kit running 37x12.5r18 on fuel octanes. Doesn't rub at all. Offset and backspacing for the rims are off the readylift web site.
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alright .. so you just did a leveling kit in the front and no lift in the back and it was good?
or will it need a lift in the back also?
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alright .. so you just did a leveling kit in the front and no lift in the back and it was good?
or will it need a lift in the back also?
I just put a level kit on at it fits fine. I did add a 1" block in the back cuz I didnt like the way it looked but no rubbing the block was for just looks.
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I just put a level kit on at it fits fine. I did add a 1" block in the back cuz I didnt like the way it looked but no rubbing the block was for just looks.
alright thanks man
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The wheels you choose will be the biggest factor in what size lift you can pull 37's off with. Leveling kits and 37's can definitely work. Choose your wheels wisely though.
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Old 05-03-2011, 09:54 PM
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The wheels you choose will be the biggest factor in what size lift you can pull 37's off with. Leveling kits and 37's can definitely work. Choose your wheels wisely though.
I agree, Make sure it is a high offset. They will fit the best that way.
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I agree, Make sure it is a high offset. They will fit the best that way.
my plan is to get 22 inch monsters
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I have the Icon 2.5" leveling kit and Deavers in the rear to make it sit a little higher in the rear. I run stock 20s and 37" Toyos. They rub just a little at full lock. No problems at all. Looks great too!
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