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Old 04-08-2012, 04:34 PM
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10" lift

hey i found this 10" lift
K763 Suspension Lift by SuperLift- 1999-00 Ford F250/F350SD 4WD(Sq Ubolts) 10in. Frt/ 9in Rr (Diesel/V10)

however it is for a 1999-2000 f2/350 and i have a 1995 f250 i was wondering if i would be able to custom fabricate in onto my frame or would i be better off trying to find one for my year?

and if anyone knows where i could get a 8"+ lift for my truck i would greatly appreciate the info

thanks for the help
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Old 04-08-2012, 05:41 PM
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CT Performance can help you mod your trucks suspension to accept that kit.

I would recommend converting to a D60 if you are going that high.
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Old 04-08-2012, 06:18 PM
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CT Performance can help you mod your trucks suspension to accept that kit.

I would recommend converting to a D60 if you are going that high.
alright thank you, and this will happen in like a year or so im just trying to price everything out right now but ya i would def convert to a d60
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A year from now prices will have changed...so it's not going to be accurate.

Why 10"?
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A year from now prices will have changed...so it's not going to be accurate.

Why 10"?
well ya i know its goint change but ill still have a round estimate on the price
and 10" is the biggest one i found i would prefer a 12" but i couldnt find one
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We can do 12"..lets take this to PM's..
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