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post #1 of 8 Old 04-28-2010, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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2011 Lift Kits

I found this on Ebay and will be putting it on my 2011 when it comes in. I have used there stuff on my other trucks and have been very happy. 2011 FORD F250 F350 SUPERDUTY LEVELING LIFT KIT 2.5" : eBay Motors (item 250623757306 end time May-28-10 19:39:14 PDT)
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Why put mickey mouse junk on a new truck..just crazy..
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I'll have to agree, I mean you most likely just dropped 60k on that 6.7.... why not just do it right and use a quality, trusted kit

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What's wrong with Newton???

I thought they were good kits

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I know there are a ton of people here that have there kits and love them. this kit looks a lot better than a lot of the big companies kits to me. I have one on my current truck and it has been great.
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Just an update. Put this kit on in May and It has been great!
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I have a 2011 F250 King Ranch with 20" rims, I was thinking of lifting it 4 or 6" adding wheel spacers to retain the stock Ranch wheels? Anyone ever try this and if so how wide a tire can I use. I like the look of the wheels I have now.
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Why do you need spacers? I wouldn't run wider than a 12.5" on the stock 8" rim..
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