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post #1 of 25 Old 01-02-2008, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys,just bought a 2000 F250 4x4 ext cab LWB and was needing some pics of trucks with 2.5 leveling kit and 3" to 4'' lifts to get an idea.I don't want to go extreme,just wanting to run 285's and want to see what the F250's look like with these setups.Thanks
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No pics but just put a 4" pro comp on mine and it worked perfectly, Even my wife who doesnt like anything to do with lifts as commented several times that it looks really good (but she doesn't know what I did) and I'm still running stock tires.

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3.5" procomp

Mine has a 3.5" ProComp shackle/hanger lift in front and 4" blocks in the back. sits on 35" tires and 18" wheels. this pick is with the stock 2 1/4" block.
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i can't figure out how to post the pic of my truck... you can see it in my avatar just can't figure out how to make it bigger for you LOL but anyways i have a 4" pro comp lift.. i like it a lot. it's not an obvious lift... after awhile its like its not even there. i think the 4" gives it a nice touch

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I put a revtek 4" lift on mine, I need to update my picture, and run 35" toyo MT's the truck looks great now
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My Old '02 on a 3" Superlift and 35x12.50-18 BFG M/T's -- A little rubbing



My '06 On a 4" Superlift and 35x12.5-20 Toyo M/T's -- No Rubbing

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You can run 285s all day long at stock hight.

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You can run 285s all day long at stock hight.
True, I bought the red F250 above (stock hight) with 285's on it, never rubbed.

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6" lift

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not looking at clearance issue with the 285's,just want to lift a little.I like clearance between fender and tire,just don't want my tires to look to small.I would level but my truck sits level.Prefer leaf spring route.Thanks guys,keep'em coming.
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