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Old 04-11-2010, 06:02 PM
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2000 F 350 Wanna Lift

I got a question guys on my old 97 Cummins I did a leveling kit and cleared 35's i'm wondering what size leveling kit I should go for on my newly purchased F 350 and what size tire I should use. I've heard of people going with 35's I just don't want it too look stupid. I hate the look of big tires with no fender clearance.

Lemme know or post some pics of leveling kits. I live in Mass so the most amount of legal lift is around 2 inches Haha ......
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Old 04-13-2010, 05:29 PM
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Bump? Anyone please?
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here is my old truck with a 3.5" fabtech hanger system and a add a leaf in the rear clearing 35's


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Old 04-13-2010, 05:53 PM
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What size tire and what size leveling kit would you go with. I know guys who did a huge leveling kit and it looks like a california style lift. I live in Mass and pay huge taxes and can't even lift my truck. I'm guessing a 2 inch lift in the front with something like 305's? I don't want it too look stupid with huge tires and no clearenace.
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Mine I think is 4 or 6 I bought with the lift and haven't got to measure it yet. In the tires are 35s. If that help you at all.
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mine was a 3.5" lift in the front and a add a leaf in the rear.. tires are 315 75 17's
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Old 04-15-2010, 05:40 PM
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Where did you all purchase your leveling kits? What size tires would you recommend with ONLY a leveling kit?
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