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Want my 00 f350 taller ???????

Has anyone run a fabtech 3.5 shackle with a 8 inch lift I'm running 42 inch km2's with cutouts but would like a little more height.What else is involved and needed to purchase to make it work?


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Going up that high you'll need to go with cross-over steering, may need longer brake lines, sway bar links...icon has box kits that have most things you need and also a cross over steering kit
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why is your truck soo much lower in the front than the rear? and i agree with BMac.. if you add that to 8" lift your going to have to address a lot of things like crossover steering, longer brake lines, adjustable trac bar, sway bar end links. ect ect....


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Don't forget;

Longer driveshafts
Clock transfercase
Lower tracbar mount relocation

2016 F-350, FX4, CCLB, 6.7PSD, 7" OUO/ICON/FOX lift, 37x13.50-18 Toyo MT
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why is your truck soo much lower in the front than the rear? and i agree with BMac.. if you add that to 8" lift your going to have to address a lot of things like crossover steering, longer brake lines, adjustable trac bar, sway bar end links. ect ect....
It aint lower in front its just how trucks parked I guess.Where would the best place be to get parts needed?
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ah k... well i can get you all the parts but its not going to be cheap.. .almost would be cheaper to sell your kit and get an actual 10" or 12" kit...

let me price some stuff out and ill PM you

your going to need longer shocks as well... how is the rear end lifted?


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ah k... well i can get you all the parts but its not going to be cheap.. .almost would be cheaper to sell your kit and get an actual 10" or 12" kit...

let me price some stuff out and ill PM you

your going to need longer shocks as well... how is the rear end lifted?
can you price me out a 12"
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so you want a price on a whole new 12" lift kit?


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so you want a price on a whole new 12" lift kit?
yes complete with dual front shocks as I already have dual kit installed.Also would like new rear spring.I have steel braided lines installed so they might be long enough.
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