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Old 04-19-2012, 01:50 PM
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Can't decide on tire size and lift package!!!

So I'm beating my head against the wall trying to figure out what size lift and what size toyo mts to put on my 2005 f250 ccsb Harley. Any thoughts? Pictures would be awesome thanks !


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Old 04-19-2012, 01:55 PM
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The third picture looks toattly different then the other two:/ did you have the leveling kit on then?


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Yeah it did....


The only thing I can think of is in the third pic my driveway is really sloped and I was standing in my flat lawn... i should have rotated the camera to match the slope of the driveway to get a "level" pic.......
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And I had chrome door handles then




Maybe that changes the truck elevation
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Lol that must be it!. What leveling kit did you use and what rims are those. Sick looking truck


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There are a lot of pics at the icon suspension website.

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If i ever lifted my truck, id do no more than a 4", probably a 3.5" and 36's.(325/65r20)

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Beautiful truck! I jyst put a pro comp 6.5 in lift on my 04. I think I ended up with more than 6.5 in. What does your truck measure from the center of the front axle straight up to the bottom of the fender? I am at 31.5 inches.

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