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Old 03-18-2012, 06:48 AM
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6 or 8 on 37s help

Should I stay with my 6 and 37s or go to a 8 with 37s any help would be good

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Hell on my old F250 i ran 37" Toyo Muds on 22" rims with a 2 1/2 leveling kit and 1" block in the rear and it looked mean! You really want to go that high with only 37"s?
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6 is perfect that's what I got but it's personal preference
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Well do you want to go 8" or stay at 6"?
In a few weeks ill be 8" on 35s!
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This is the thing...I bought the truck with the 6 lift on it if I could have picked it it would have bin a 8 but I do love the way it drives and it gets lots of looks ..so now I wanted to order radius arms cause mine are stock with drop brackets was looking at fabtechs they are adjustable for caster ordering them peace by peace is almost half the price of a how new lift kit and factory finish is giving me a smoken deal on a kit ......that's why I can't make up my mine and there are no trucks around here that I can park beside and see

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Well do you want to go 8" or stay at 6"?
In a few weeks ill be 8" on 35s!
Your going 8

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This is the thing...I bought the truck with the 6 lift on it if I could have picked it it would have bin a 8 but I do love the way it drives and it gets lots of looks ..so now I wanted to order radius arms cause mine are stock with drop brackets was looking at fabtechs they are adjustable for caster ordering them peace by peace is almost half the price of a how new lift kit and factory finish is giving me a smoken deal on a kit ......that's why I can't make up my mine and there are no trucks around here that I can park beside and see

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order a 4-link instead of new radius arms. there are several 3-link upgrades you could go to
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Id think 37s would look fine with 8", and I agree with above go 3 or 4 link!
And yes im doing a 7" front, 8" rear. And will be keeping the tires I have now for a while, they are brand new..
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order a 4-link instead of new radius arms. there are several 3-link upgrades you could go to
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Id think 37s would look fine with 8", and I agree with above go 3 or 4 link!
And yes im doing a 7" front, 8" rear. And will be keeping the tires I have now for a while, they are brand new..
What kit ? U going to get

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