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Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Central Valley, Sierra Mountains, California
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The 4 link system is superior for sure, the 1,200 dollar one.
The other lift uses drop down brackets for your factory radius arm that wind up flexing and deflecting and the steering tends to wander around a bit. Not to mention they look like $hit hanging off the brackets below the frame 1 foot. Don't do it.
Either go with a new radius arm setup or the 4 link. NO Drop down bracket lift is good.
I'm sure some people want to argue with me about it but I bought my truck with one. Didn't take long to figure out why a truck with 50,000 miles on it wandered all over the road with the ruts and whatnot. Put on a Fabtech radius arm kit and holy crap drove like a stock truck instantly.
You may want to get some soft ride springs on it. I went with I-Con 7" progressive coil springs and it made a huge difference. I had rough country coils on it when I bought the truck and it was rough and I mean ROUGH......
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2006 F250 LARIAT CCSB 4X4
ARP Studs, O-Ringed Heads
X4 PHP 65 HP Custom Tow Tune
Atlas40 or Atlas80 Ficm Tune
CAT EC-1 Coolant, IPR Coolant filter
BPD Waterpump, BPD way of thinking
Fass-125 to a Adjustable Pressure Reg.
Turbo-back SS 4" pipe, Corsa Muffler -7" Tip
6.4 starter, DC Power 270 amp alt
Die Hard Platinum AGM all 2/0 Cables
Fabtech Radius Arms
7" lift w: Icon Progressive Coil Springs
2008 up Carli/Deaver rear springs
All riding on some Fatty-Daddy 38/15.50/18 Toyo's