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Old 03-23-2012, 11:25 AM
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Leveling kit on 05 F250

Here are a couple pictures of the Icon springs an Bilstein shocks. What do you guys think. I've had the truck since August and I love it!!!




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Old 03-23-2012, 11:28 AM
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That looks great.... how is the ride compared to stock?
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Old 03-23-2012, 11:46 AM
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Here are a couple pictures of the Icon springs an Bilstein shocks. What do you guys think. I've had the truck since August and I love it!!!




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I can't tell. The pics are so small. I would like to see it though, because I am wanting to do something to my f250. Mine looks like it sits level already.
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I have 18's on 35s no rubbing. I like the look of it. It rides so much better than. Stock. Can't wait to get some new tires. Anyone have suggestions on tires? I want something that wears good and looks good.
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Old 03-23-2012, 12:14 PM
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I have 18's on 35s no rubbing. I like the look of it. It rides so much better than. Stock. Can't wait to get some new tires. Anyone have suggestions on tires? I want something that wears good and looks good.
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I would go with the ProComp Xtreme All Terrains. Or if you want a MT tire either the Nitto Trail Grappler or Toyo Open Country MT. I've had the Trail Grapps on my truck for a while now and I love them. I had BFGs before and they sucked, especially on wet roads. Slid around everywhere. I love my Nittos but I think I'm going to try the ProComps out next.
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Anyone know how much we an get some Nitto Trail Grapplers? How long have they lasted everyone?


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Anyone know how much we an get some Nitto Trail Grapplers? How long have they lasted everyone?


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I got my 295/65R20 from Discount Tire Direct for $1400. I am a horrible judge of tire wear as I love to burnout of the school parking lot All I can say is they are wearing much better than my BFG ATs did. I am very pleased with them as are many other members on here are. Good luck
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