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Old 02-05-2012, 07:24 AM
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E99, looking to do an 8" lift with 37's/38's. need recommendations

First this is an E99 F250. I am looking to do a 8" lift, with some 37's or 38's in the mud flavor. I need some recommendations on lift kits. my truck currently has the Procomp shackle and mount leveling kit. But since I am moving to Georgia, I can get back into what i grew up doing. PLAYING IN MUD! I think i want to do some Mud Grapplers or MTZ's.
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For the lift I would recommend a Icon Lift, or BDS lift. As for tires, I had a set of 38x15.50 Grapplers on my past truck, and they sucked in the mud. I also had a set of 38' Kumho KL71's that I believe out pulled my grapplers all day long. I haven't seen MTZ's used in mud but I do know they look good. Its all your choice man. If you really want a mud tire, get a cut bogger.
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Old 02-05-2012, 12:37 PM
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Ok I think I may do the BDS finished off with military Goodyear wrangler m/t's on re-centered Hummvees wheels
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I've got bfg mud terrains and even with half tread they still pull great. I used to run the military tires on an old chevy toy I had, and I put it through some stuff no one else ever even considered attempting lol.
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