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Old 06-05-2012, 12:03 PM
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2012 F250 6" Skyjacker 4-Link

Hey Guys just posting some pics of my 2012 F250 Lariat. Just finished installing a Skyjacker 6" 4-link lift with Bilsteins all around. Fox Dual Steering Stabilizers and I got some Amp Research elelctric steps waiting to be put on, but will probably wait unitl weekend. I put on 37x13.50x20 Open Country MT tires wrapped around 20x10 XD Strike wheels. Did lift and all myself with help from friends, took about two days but well worth the work.[IMG][/IMG]


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Old 06-05-2012, 12:05 PM
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Will post more pics after it gets a bath and get some better angles on it. Probably after I install steps.

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Looks pretty sweet! Im digging the color choice. Haha

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Looks good
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Very nice. 37's are the way to go.
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Looks great

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I'm thinking about getting a 6.7. Was going to do 12" on 38-40. But the 6 and 37 looks great man.
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Looks sweet!!!
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Old 06-06-2012, 06:34 AM
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Looks pretty sweet! Im digging the color choice. Haha

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Thanks, Yeah I like the black and tan.Now I just need/want color match bumpers or ranch hands. That will have to wait a bit though.
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I'm thinking about getting a 6.7. Was going to do 12" on 38-40. But the 6 and 37 looks great man.
Thanks man. Every one was saying that I would need 35" for 6" but I went for it anyways, turned out to my liking. Had to trim about half inch on the inside of each fender but cant even notice, now it has zero rub. 12" lift would look sweet but to much for me lol. My brother-n-law has a 8in lift with 38x13.5 and looks good with that combo on his 2012 f250.
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