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Old 03-17-2011, 01:41 PM
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Wrenching parting March 26th

Jake (my 250) is getting jacked. I bought a 4" lift and we are putting it on the 26th of this month.

Any and all are welcome to join us. Pm me for the address.

My gf is making food for us.
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About 3 hours.
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Where you located at? Might have to stock by and check it out.
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Old 03-27-2011, 04:55 AM
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I started Thursday night, finished the front Friday night. Had a couple friends over Saturday and finished the rear in a little over 2 hours.

Meet the new and improved Jake.



4" superlift up front.
5 1/2" procomp lift in the rear. (3" block and AAL)
35 12.50 18 Procomp Extreme AT
06 F250 18" rims.
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I started Thursday night, finished the front Friday night. Had a couple friends over Saturday and finished the rear in a little over 2 hours.

Meet the new and improved Jake.



4" superlift up front.
5 1/2" procomp lift in the rear. (3" block and AAL)
35 12.50 18 Procomp Extreme AT
06 F250 18" rims.
Looks very well. Any way I might be able to see it in person? Also how hard was the lift to do? Just your basic hand tools? I would like to get a 4'' lift also just don't want to spend 2K or 3K $$$
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Yea anytime but I'm in Columbia. Don't get over your way to much. Im going to the eastern meet on the Apr 30th.

Only thing I had problem I had was my pitman puller isnt big enough. So later when I get one I will have to tear it apart to put that in. It was an option on the superlift kit that I went with.

You will need a torque wrench that goes to 406 for the track bar bolt. Also the pitman needs 375 to seat then 350 to lock it down. The radius arms take 230 (drop bracket) and 222 (factory bolt). Other then that the rest are under 150.

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Will be at the Richmond race that weekend. Taking my 7x year old grandmother.
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Yea anytime but I'm in Columbia. Don't get over your way to much. Im going to the eastern meet on the Apr 30th.

Only thing I had problem I had was my pitman puller isnt big enough. So later when I get one I will have to tear it apart to put that in. It was an option on the superlift kit that I went with.

You will need a torque wrench that goes to 406 for the track bar bolt. Also the pitman needs 375 to seat then 350 to lock it down. The radius arms take 230 (drop bracket) and 222 (factory bolt). Other then that the rest are under 150.
Holy CRAP. I tightened mine as hard as I could go
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