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post #1 of 24 Old 12-24-2007, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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hey all, i purchased a 06 350 king ranch about 5 months ago and since then i have put a leveling kit on, SCT Flash tuner, 6inch aussie stacks and 35in procomp extreme ATs. i'm lookin to do some other mods to the truck and i'm not sure what all is really out there. i definitly want to lift the truck and maybe add something else to give it a lil bit more power and well to be honest you gotta have some smoke to show off the power in my opinion. well i would appriciate any type of advice or feed back so please let me know.

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Did you get some gauges yet?
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to the ORG!! Gauges are a must if you haven't done them yet.

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no clue what kind to get.
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i want to get a 6 if not an 8
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no clue what kind to get.
here is a very small selection of what i can get.... Stealth Automotive. Pro-Comp

it will give you an idea of what price ranges lifts are at..... how big of a tire did you want to get under the truck? you can fit 37's with a 6" lift.... anything above 6" lift youll have to do other mods like lengthen the front driveshaft and the brake lines....

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i would think a 6 inch lift would make it look pretty good
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i would think a 6 inch lift would make it look pretty good
yah 6" is a good size.... depending on how fancy you want to go you can go up to a double X coilover conversion..... its a great riding system and looks sick... its dual coilovers for each tire up front....
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it has just amazed me how much stuff you can actually do to a superduty diesel. definitly has me interested in alot of mods to do
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