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Help me decide 2014 F250 Super Duty Dealer Upgrades
Decided to join the most active forum for Ford Trucks in hopes of getting some ideas.. My First new Diesel coming 2014 F250 Lariat 6.7, and my dealer is good enough to help me build the truck and roll everything together in one monthly payment.. As sharp as the factory truck is sitting in the dealer lot, my egos getting the better of me and think i want to lift, and my dealer feels a 4" is the way to go, staying with 18"X35", and although my 2010 F150 Lariat look pretty sharp with the front levelling blocks and 285/55/20 BF Goodrichs, A/T's KO, I'm now thinking i want Mo' in this new ride..
What do you guys think for this 53yr old kid, that a 4" or 6" with 35" or 37" and also what lift kit?? I'd like to think they're be no cutting or welding for the install, and would also like to keep costs to a minimal as lame as that sounds.. Do I need a 4 link with Reservoir shocks to maximize mostly street driving... My BF's now even with low pressures under 30lbs still ride rough, and wonder if decent shocks will help new ride..
Also thoughts on what Offset on Undecided wheels, but love the look of tires sticking out past body, but also want Bushwacker flares.
Realizing if I go with a 37" tire, they only seem to come in Mud terrian and not and A/T, and I will Not own another pair of Nittos, i had Mud Grapplers on an 06' sierra and they were the worst wearing tires I've ever owned, but like Nittos..
what rim and wheel size do you feel looks best without the city kid balony skin low profile tires....yuck.. I'm aware the larger diameter wheel/tire= more money, but I've seen some 22" on ford gassers that look really sharp..
In closing i'm looking for best choice for ease of install, cost effective, smoothest ride and good looking lift kit, 4or6" ??
18,20 or 22" wheels and tire choices with some offset to give that beefy look
Please share your thoughts, thanks in advance