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post #1 of 14 Old 09-16-2012, 05:13 AM Thread Starter
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My 2012 Superduty

I bought 2012 F250 back in June. It has taken me awhile to decide what I was going to do with but I think I finally got it figured out.

As already mentioned the truck is a 2012 Lariat(every option). I originally wanted a King Ranch but in the end I couldn't buy a two tone truck.

I decided a lift and a nice wheel/tire combination was in order first.

So I bought-

Icon 7.5" lift wih piggy back reservoir shocks
20x10 BMF Novakanes
37x13.50 Toyo Mud Terrains

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I also had a custom gun case made for the rear underseat storage compartment.






My H&S mini max, new exhaust, all deletes will be here in the next week.
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Im defiantly loving that rifle and hiding spot!

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2011 F150 Ecoboost Crew cab lariat. Custom tunes from KEM and 5Star, and Unleashed
2012 F150 Crew Cab Ecoboost stock for now-Totaled March 12 2015
2006 F250 ECSB Lariat 4x4

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Looks great man. How does it drive with the lift?

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2011 F250 6.7 4x4 CC Lariat

6" 4-link BDS
22" Fuel Hostage
37" Toyo MT
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Looks great man. How does it drive with the lift?

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I am impressed with the ride quality, I think the ride/drive will be perfect once I get the truck to the shop I normally use for alignments. The shop that installed the lift has always done exceptional work but the alignment shop they use really sucks. The steering wheel feels too light and the truck feels darty. I'm taking to get fixed on Monday.
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Looks awesome!! I love the gun case!!! Where did you get it?


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Looks awesome!! I love the gun case!!! Where did you get it?
The gun case was built at the shop that did the lift. They cut gun case foam to fit the underseat compartment, cut out for the gun and thn wrapped it in suede.
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I forgot to add in my original post but I had Dirt Logic dual steering stabilizers installed also.



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Very nice!
What are you going to run for mudflaps?
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Very nice truck !!!

Actually, I'm looking for a truck right now and it's pretty much the same configuration I want. The only think I'm wondering is how high the truck comes to with this configuration?

I have a garage with a 8 foot garage door. Can you tell me if it will fit in that door? or do I have to look for a truck with maybe a smaller lift?

Any help would be appreciated.
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