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Old 09-26-2012, 04:07 PM
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Just ordered a bunch of parts!!!! These trucks are pricey!!

I just ordered my 4.5" lift 35x1250r20 nitto mud grapplers a SCT 3015r and a cat and dpf delete kit and a custom tune from Vivian at quick tricks. I was going to order rims also to push the tires out of the fenders a bit but I figured I stick with the stock rims and a 1250 instead of a 1350 tire since its on stock rims. And the bill was fairly large!! Can't wait to get it all put on!!


2008 F-350 CCLB all stock for now... Deleting and tuning with Vivian's looney street soon.
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Old 09-26-2012, 05:35 PM
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What lift did you go with? I hope you like loud tires. Those Mud Grapplers sing!!!
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Old 09-26-2012, 05:44 PM
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I ended up going with the rough country they have me a huge military discount and told me if I have anything I don't like about the lift they will fix it or refund me. I made that decision after I rode in a buddy's with a rough country. I plan to later upgrade to icon springs.

I can deal with loud tires as long as they are a good mud tire The tires on there now ar bfgoodwrech a/t and I hate them I need 4x4 in damp grass on a small hill which from what I read they are.


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Old 09-27-2012, 02:28 PM
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If your married, just think of the truck as the other woman. From what I hear, they cost about the same.
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The Mud Grapplers at way too loud, IMO. I can't even talk on the phone with them on my 2000 F-150. But as far as these trucks being expensive, try getting a 6.0L to these power levels....
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The Mud Grapplers at way too loud, IMO. I can't even talk on the phone with them on my 2000 F-150. But as far as these trucks being expensive, try getting a 6.0L to these power levels....


that's how i felt about my 6.0 until i bought my 6.4
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I ended up going with the rough country they have me a huge military discount and told me if I have anything I don't like about the lift they will fix it or refund me. I made that decision after I rode in a buddy's with a rough country. I plan to later upgrade to icon springs.

I can deal with loud tires as long as they are a good mud tire The tires on there now ar bfgoodwrech a/t and I hate them I need 4x4 in damp grass on a small hill which from what I read they are.


2008 F-350 CCLB all stock for now... Deleting and tuning with Vivian's looney street soon.
I STRONGLY suggest going with another tire. They have so many wear/ride/noise issues its ridiculous. The Toyo MTs are MUCH better in every single aspect.
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:15 PM
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Ok I actually decided to keep my stock tires on for the winter then get the toyo mt
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Good call.
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How do you like your programmer? I've been looking at the 3015r and I couldn't find anywhere if you have to get the delete pipe with bungs or without.
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