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4" Suspension lift for ???

I am looking to trade the 4" suspension lift on my 2002 F-250 CCLB 4x4 for something bigger. Would like atleast 8" and will go up to 12". Trade will consist of lift kit and everything that goes with it including tires and rims if interested. My tires are 315/75R16 Cooper AT3 with less than 10,000 miles and still look brand new.


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2002 F-250 CCLB 4x4 7.3L 4" susp. lift with 315/70r16 Cooper AT3 tires, 4" MBRP straight exhaust, K&N cold air intake with Napa 6637 filter, AutoMeter trans temp, EGT and boost gauges mounted in an AutoMeter triple gauge A-Pillar pod, PHP Phoenix 6 pos chip, amber LED marker lights under cab on drip rail, alpine cd/dvd/navi/bluetooth/backupcamera/ipod/xm sirius , 1300 watt amp with 2 10" subwoofers behind seat, remote start, Cobra NW LTD 29 cb with Wilson 2000 Trucker antenna.
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can you post some pictures?

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4" Suspension lift for ???-02-f250-1.jpg The lift is still on the truck.


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2002 F-250 CCLB 4x4 7.3L 4" susp. lift with 315/70r16 Cooper AT3 tires, 4" MBRP straight exhaust, K&N cold air intake with Napa 6637 filter, AutoMeter trans temp, EGT and boost gauges mounted in an AutoMeter triple gauge A-Pillar pod, PHP Phoenix 6 pos chip, amber LED marker lights under cab on drip rail, alpine cd/dvd/navi/bluetooth/backupcamera/ipod/xm sirius , 1300 watt amp with 2 10" subwoofers behind seat, remote start, Cobra NW LTD 29 cb with Wilson 2000 Trucker antenna.
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Where you located? You can keep your lift, I have a full 12" Icon lift kit with OUO traction bars that I have sitting on a pallet ready to go...

2001 - 14" OUO 525 - 38x15.5x20 Toyo & 20x12 Weld Cheyenne's. Hybrids, 38R, BTS, Spearco, Terminators..


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