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Old 08-31-2013, 03:18 PM
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06 f250 ps 6inch lift on 24" and 40"

Hey guy just wanted no if anyone runing 6 inchs and 40s will it even clear I have 37s on it now an can get great price on set of 40s please let me no thanks
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Lol dident want to see that
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Old 08-31-2013, 05:53 PM
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haha.... get a bigger lift! problem solved......!
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haha yep that baby is gonna be your best be if you want to run 40s.
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Think going put my 2 inch spacers up front and add inch in the rear should be good then
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Think going put my 2 inch spacers up front and add inch in the rear should be good then
8 inches is good to run 38s. Unless you intend to have a concrete four wheeler, you're going to need at least a 10 inch lift to clear 40s. Also, putting a set of 2" spacers will induce negative caster resulting in poor steering. Then you're spending money to correct that issue.

Sometimes the best thing to do with a good deal is to walk away.

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Bushwacker cutouts are the cheapest way to fit 40's under a 6" lift. Actually they'll fit under a 4.5" with cutouts.
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Cut outs aren't a bad option, but the last time I priced them, they weren't much less than a lift kit.

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yeah theres a guy with a set of 24" american forces on M16 40s for $2500

great price!!!
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