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post #1 of 42 Old 09-21-2012, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Trucks with 10+ inches of lift

post your pictures of your truck with 10+ inches of lift thinking about getting a 12 or 14 inch lift wanna see how they look
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Thats more lift than most people think...a super duty with over 10"s is pretty big



Mine has a 15" Precision Metal Fab kit on it.



Next to my kids


Next to my car...


Next to a super duty with 11" of lift

2008 F250 FX4 CC SB Black on Black STOCK and SLOW...Rolled over and TOTALED...

2008 White with Black interior FX4 CCSB
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As far as actual HP numbers I have no idea. It don't snap your neck but.....It feels good.
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That truck is bad man. I feel like I've asked you before but how much do you have in suspension? I wouldn't mind doing something similar.
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what tires do you have on that?

00' f350 7.3 8" lift 37x13.5x20 toyo mt, xd wheels, 16 chrome shocks all around, air ride, quad pillar gauge, ghost flame paint, PHP chip, DIY Intake, Zoodad mod, foil delete, recon smoked cab lights, recon smoked led third brake light, wicked wheel, nc hornet's ccv mod, riffraff boots, HPX, 4" turbo back 8" miter stack.
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Thats more lift than most people think...a super duty with over 10"s is pretty big



Mine has a 15" Precision Metal Fab kit on it.



Next to my kids


Next to my car...


Next to a super duty with 11" of lift
Good god that's beautiful!!

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WOW!!!
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Its 15" of lift from PMF the tires and wheels are 22x12 Fuel Offroad 2 piece Nutz with 41x14.50x22 Interco Iroks

Its my daily driver I put probably 2-300 miles a week on it.

2008 F250 FX4 CC SB Black on Black STOCK and SLOW...Rolled over and TOTALED...

2008 White with Black interior FX4 CCSB
Black C6 Vette
As far as actual HP numbers I have no idea. It don't snap your neck but.....It feels good.
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14" OUO 500 series on 38x15.5x20's. I can't run anything larger than 38's or they will rub.
















2001 - 14" OUO 525 - 38x15.5x20 Toyo & 20x12 Weld Cheyenne's. Hybrids, 38R, BTS, Spearco, Terminators..



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You will get some axle wrap with a heavy trailer, I can feel it when towing my gooseneck with some heavy equipment. My Deavers will wrap enough to make the tires rub the front of the rear fender well if I give it too much throttle on aceleration.
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not to be a dick LAYSON but that sucks you cant go bigger than 38's


03 F350 6.uhohh 4x4 srw manual egr delete, and scangauge2. so far....
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Actually I am extremely happy with it. Looks really good in person and the 12" wide wheels just give it a nice stance. I ran 40's for a while and 38's are just so much easier on everything. Better mileage, cheaper tires, less weight, more power, don't really need my hydro assist, and just overall driveability. The truck drives and handles like a car, it is very impressive. Pretty much does everything it isn't supposed to do.


I could have ran around on my 40's but I just didn't want to have to buy an extra set of tires to go wheeling in at the dunes. Plus just cranking the wheel and hammering into a corner or a parking lot I actually could get my 40's to rub... LOL. Honestly I just don't want to ever think about having to replace a fender. It is nice to beable to go lock to lock full travel and not touch anything and not have to worry about it!

Plus if I want to run some big meats I can just swap out a few parts and be 16-18-20" of lift and run some larger tires. Maybe down the road... for now I am very happy with the height and tire package I am at now.


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