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I've searched but haven't found much. I'm looking for pictures of leveling kits up to 6 in lifts and everything in between particularly on 00-04 extended cab short bed trucks. I'm trying to get an idea of what they look like and how high is too high for a dd/farm rig.

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6637 intake, wicked wheel, mbrp 4 in turbo back exhaust
Southbend clutch, 6 pos with swamps tunes
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Type the lift size you want to see in google images and you get lots
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Thanks Heisman, I used google but it's not the be all end all. Sure I can type in f250 4 in lift, but there are a limited amount of pictures of my body style, and even more so of ecsb...at least using my phone to search that was the case.

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6637 intake, wicked wheel, mbrp 4 in turbo back exhaust
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2.5" shackle and hanger up front. And I replaced the rear block with a 4" one


02 F-250 7.3 Powerstroke PMF Suspension 20" XD Hoss 325/60R20 Dura-Tracs
38R 4" MBRP TW Chip HPX Mod EBPV delete 6637 Billet Converter Shift Kit Autometer GS
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Mine has somewhere between 5-6" of lift on 35's. I think it is the perfect combination. Enough clearance to have fun offroad, but still able to pull anything I put behind it (as long as goosenecks have an adjustable coupler). I do have the urge to go about 2" more lift so the tires don't rub offroad, but not sure I will still be able to pull a gooseneck.





2002 F350 CC 4x4
7.3L, 6spd, BHAF, 4" MBRP exhaust
TS 6 pos
5" lift, 35's

1991 Chevy Suburban
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8" lift, 38.5" SX's

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Thanks guys, keep em coming! In regards to the shackle/hanger kits, since I'm leaning towards. Icon or PMF, does that affect anything? I've read on some 4wd sites that shackle lifts decrease approach/departure angles, affect castor, and cause premature spring wear. Are these statements valid and something to be concerned with? I must just be paranoid or something, because I research far to much on things I intend to add or purchase.

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Southbend clutch, 6 pos with swamps tunes
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i would say no seeing as icon makes a 4.5 and pmf makes somewhere around a 7 habger and shackle
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i would say no seeing as icon makes a 4.5 and pmf makes somewhere around a 7 habger and shackle

That was what I was thinking, just wanted to make sure.

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6637 intake, wicked wheel, mbrp 4 in turbo back exhaust
Southbend clutch, 6 pos with swamps tunes
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