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Old 09-30-2009, 08:41 AM
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F 150 ?????

Hey guys i have had my 08 F 150 for almost a year now and the only mod i have done is tinted windows.... its a extended cab long bed 2wd in grey... im thinking of adding a levling kit, wheels n tires and taking all the chrome off and blacking it out....

i found a pic of a truck exactly like mine with a leveling kit but its a 4x4.. wanted to see if anyone had a pic of a 2wd 05--8 F150 with a leveling kit or if you knew what kit i can install on it to make it this height....

here is a pic of mine:


and what i want it to look like:


what do you guys think? prob also gonna do an intake, exhaust and tuner while im at it

-Raul

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Old 09-30-2009, 08:49 AM
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second link does not work...
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thats odd it works for me......
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No go for me either
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look on my website raul... our white f150 has a readylift kit ...
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look on my website raul... our white f150 has a readylift kit ...
i coudlnt find any side picture... is it a 2wd? what size tires on it?
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Old 09-30-2009, 10:38 AM
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it is a 2wd and the tires are um... hmmm... 275/65R18 Goodyear MT/R's I think... LOL

and this is the best side shot I could find as of this moment....

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it is a 2wd and the tires are um... hmmm... 275/65R18 Goodyear MT/R's I think... LOL

and this is the best side shot I could find as of this moment....

that actually looks pretty good... its the 3" kit?
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whatever kit readylift sells... its a really nice kit though
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Nice. Just watch your angles if you offroad. I came from an 04 F-150. 2 inch was generally safe, 2.5 was pushing it, and 3 was really bad.

Negative effects are extreme CV angles (of which you dont have to worry about) upper ball joints, and your tie rods. You just have to be smart and check your front end at regular intervals.


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