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Old 05-25-2013, 05:50 PM
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Lift suggestions

I have an '03 f-350, right now I have the rough country 2.5" leveling kit on it with 35x12.50 mickey thompson ATZs on 17x9 Mickey thompson classicIIs I have been wanting to go bigger, Was thinking of a 4" possibly 6" this is my daily driver and don't wanna get too big with it. Any suggestions of lifts with tire and wheel sizes? Pictures would be cool too. I do like the Skyjacker lifts as they have some that have replacement leaf spring fro front and rear.
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Old 05-25-2013, 06:02 PM
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Sub'd I need some pics on different lifts/tire combos as well. I'm thinking about a 4" but not sure what size tires


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Lift suggestions-imageuploadedbyautoguide1369537532.293920.jpg this is my 01 with a zone 4 inch lift and 37 inch bfg baja military tires on eagle alloy 16.5/10 inch rims I recently added a set of homemade lift shackles in the front due to rubbing on the fender liner here I that pic Lift suggestions-imageuploadedbyautoguide1369537664.175953.jpg it's a little nose high but I like that look but I used to have 35s on stock rims for a daily driver I use my truck allot in and out all day and with the 6 inch and 37s it's a slight pain in the a%# getting in and out


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Lift suggestions-imageuploadedbyautoguide1369537956.685430.jpgthis is a pic with the 4 inch lift with my 35/16/12.50 wild country mud terrains on stock lariat rims


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Old 05-25-2013, 07:34 PM
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I like the stance your truck has t-ray it looks good.
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Thanks man plus of I go any higher on the back my exspensive adjustable hitch would be useless it's already on its lowest setting


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if your going with 6" get 37" tires and 4" with 35" tire , dont know wheels sizes
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I was between the 4 and 6 inch lift for a while myself. I went with the 6 inch lift and 37 inch tires. I couldn't be happier. It is tall but not too tall and still rides like a stock truck. I know I wouldn't have been happy with a 4 inch lift.
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Yeah that's what I'm afraid of honestly that's where I am now I thought I'd be happy with a leveling kit but it's been on it almost a year and I'm not. Your truck looks real good by the way! I like the stance of it a lot.
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Do the 6 and 37's. You will be happy you did.
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