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post #1 of 3 Old 05-19-2011, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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Lift Question

Does anybody know what the approx. space in inches between the top of a 37" tire and the front fender on an 8" lift? Thx.

2011 F250 Lariat CC SB 4x4 Tuxedo Black
Parts Ordered: 8" Icon 4-Link with Icon coilover mount, OUO Traction Blocks, King 2.5" Res. Coilovers and King 2.5" res. shocks for front, King 2.0 res for rear, Icon steering stabilizer with Kings, Amp steps, 22x10.5 BMF SOTA's, Toyo 37" Open Country tires

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I just went and measured mine. On an 8" Rize lift 37" tires I have right at 16" from the top of the tire vertical to the fender.

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Mine is 15.5"s inches in the front and 14.4"s in the rear. It is an 8" ProComp XX Coilover kit.

2011 F-250 King Ranch with a few mods:
8" ProComp XX Kit, 37x22 Nitto Trail Grapplers, 22x11 KMC Badlands, Amp Steps, H&S Performance Tune, FloPro 5" Exhaust System, Matching LinEx. More to come soon!

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