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Old 08-17-2013, 02:17 PM
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Anyone selling a lift kit?

I have a 01 f-350 super duty lifted 3 inch on 33s. I'm looking to go at least 6 inches, but I'm willing to do as large a suspension lift as possible without having to change everything under the truck. I want to put at least 38 inch tires on it. Can anybody help me out? Also tips to fit bigger rims and tires on my current setup? Not sure if a few inches of body lift will look bad with my current suspension lift. Thanks alot
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Body lift is a bad idea.
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go in higher than 3 inches your probably guna be changing things underneath anyway to get the right pitch for the everything.
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Old 08-17-2013, 02:42 PM
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go in higher than 3 inches your probably guna be changing things underneath anyway to get the right pitch for the everything.
Even with a 6or8 inch lift?
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Even with a 6or8 inch lift?
yes sir, cause right now track bar, pitman arm, and sway bars are all set at factory ride height. But if you go and lift it 6" or 8". all of those pitches and degress have to be relocated to adapt the new lift.
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got a 90% used 4inch of a 2001 f350 he ran 35's and i have been debating pulling my 8in superlift off for practicality. any interest in my 8in? has everything track bar, sway bar end links, front and rear springs no blocked needed pitman arm, shocks I might trade drive line too since mine was extended would take me about a week to get it pulled off I dont have tall enough jack stands so I would drop it off at 4wheel parts.

4in lift and 8in lift if ya interested pm me. for the 4in all you need is sway bar end links and bump stops and front u bolts. maybe a few bushing as usual etc...
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Old 08-17-2013, 10:12 PM
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Even with a 6or8 inch lift?
yep , track bar , pit arm , brake lines , sway bar , carrier bearing i think ,

you could always just get bigger springs up front and or use blocks in the back (cheap way) but it works
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Old 08-18-2013, 07:56 AM
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yep , track bar , pit arm , brake lines , sway bar , carrier bearing i think ,

you could always just get bigger springs up front and or use blocks in the back (cheap way) but it works
How much would this cost?
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How much would this cost?
depends what brand and size springs you get if you go that route and if you lift it yourself...if you do blocks in the rear it would be helpful to get traction bars to prevent axle wrap but it is up too you...
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