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post #1 of 16 Old 01-05-2012, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
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6.4 Dually need some ideas

I may be acquiring a 08 ccsb white lariat with the tan two tone. 70k miles for pretty cheap. Just looking for some ideas on a lift. Dont want to go crazy. 6" at the most. Leveling kit would probably be best. Can't really fun any picturs so someone find some for me lol I know I'm gonna do a dpf delete and kem tur package. I might do a snow performance fuel economy thing but I don't know yet. Any info would be helpful. Thanks guys
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Ive got 35"s under mine now with stock susp, a lift is in the future though. 6" tops for me, still want to be able to tow reasonably etc..

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I like yours man. Did you have to use any spacers? And do the fronts rub at all?
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6" with big rig conversion. lol They look sick as hell. There's a complete conversion for sale on here for 3k which is cheap for wheels/tires/adapters. DO IT! hahaha

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Link please and thank you?!
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uh.............lol look in wheels and tires area of classifieds.

I know a set of big rig tires (255/70/22.5) are about $2600 alone and the wheels not cheap at all. Adapters about $800 from American Force.

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Ok I will. Sorry just on my phone. Are they alcoas?
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They're still available. Here ya go http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/sus...ires-sale.html

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Yeah I used spacers, 2.5" from Fred Georske (sp?).


Lots of room.
Id also like to get a set of American Force wheels (couple diff models), but they aint cheap!!

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Monstir 20", 37x12.50 ATZ P3
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