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Old 04-20-2013, 01:44 AM
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help would be awesome..fabtech 8" 4 link lift install

2005 f350 4x4 ...So I am in a tight spot. Found a good deal on 355/60/20s so I bought them and sold my 35s and they rub hard with only my leveling kit. So I bought a fabtech 8" 4 link with dual front shock towers..also same with 6" coils too. I have front pulled apart but no directions and on fabtech websites there isn't any installation downloads for this lift. Stuck on the front shock towers. Need my pickup by Monday for work and also in the middle of a cummins swap on a dodge so extremely frustrated. Anyone have directions or pics of how the frontend lift parts go on? I have all parts and a box of loose bolts and nuts so kind da hard . Id appreciate any help. And also couldn't log in for some reason so just made a new page to ask this. Not new and have searched the forums. Thank you.
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Go to fabtech website fabtechmotorsports.com and find your truck and kit. A lot of options, or I would have just given you a link. Once you get to your truck and kit, the instruction pdf download is at the bottom of the page.
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