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Old 10-09-2009, 07:34 AM
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Smile Installed - Total 10" Suspension Lift Kit on a 06 Ford F250 4x4 w/ 38" Tires



We just finished installing a 8" Rough Country 4-Link Conversion Lift Kiton a 2006 Ford F-250 4x4 Gas Pickup.This is a 100% simple bolt-on installation.that normally takes on average 6 - 8 hours. This kit comes w/ replacement rear springs. We continued with a Top Gun Customz Dual Steering Stabilizer These Dual Steering Stabilizer kits come in your choice of silver or black powdercoated bracketry, as well as your choice of steering cylinders.

We Completed the install by wrapping a set of 38x15.50x18 Nitto:Mud Grappler Tires around American Eagle:Type 197 18x9 Super Finish Rims.

Installed Components:
8" Rough Country 4-Link Conversion Lift Kit
Top Gun Customz Dual Steering Stabilizer
38x15.50x18 Nitto:Mud Grappler Tires
American Eagle:Type 197 18x9 Super Finish Rims.


If you have any questions about this kit or the components used, please feel free to contact us Toll Free at 1-877-274-9362. You can also e-mail us at salesstaff@topguncustomz.com




If you would like to know more about any of the components installed check out our
Top Gun Customz Store for these very products!

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Old 10-09-2009, 07:59 AM
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Looks good, but those are mud graplers haha.
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Old 10-09-2009, 08:04 AM
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sure hope you went to an adjustable track bar as that drop bracket will not be enough for it if it is truly a 10" lift. looks good though. did you use diff (10") coil springs as that looks like the factory isolator on top of the coil, not a 2" taller one?
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Old 10-09-2009, 08:09 AM
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Looks good, but those are mud graplers haha.
You are correct, The customer decided to go with the Nittos later on in the order process. Good looking out!

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Old 10-09-2009, 11:20 AM
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sure hope you went to an adjustable track bar as that drop bracket will not be enough for it if it is truly a 10" lift. looks good though. did you use diff (10") coil springs as that looks like the factory isolator on top of the coil, not a 2" taller one?
I looked into this install further and I made a mistake with this one. I was told by the customer it had 2" more lift, but later, when I looked at it, it had the factory blocks in the rear and the customer thought that meant it had 2" of additional lift.
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maybe im alone on this one, but a 15.50 on a 9" rim???? ummm

and for my amusement, why is there 99-03 7.3 mirrors on an 06'
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maybe im alone on this one, but a 15.50 on a 9" rim???? ummm

and for my amusement, why is there 99-03 7.3 mirrors on an 06'
the 'work' trucks could have the same mirrors without signals in them. look at the headlights, that is def a work truck
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the 'work' trucks could have the same mirrors without signals in them. look at the headlights, that is def a work truck
i didnt know the 05-07 fleet trucks kept the older mirrors....good info
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Good lookin' for sure!
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I have an 05 lariat with the same mirrors..Was it an option to have turn signals in the mirror?
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