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Old 12-14-2009, 09:00 AM
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Installed - 4.5" Pure Performance Suspension Lift Kit on an 05 F350 Dually King Ranch




If you follow our Top Gun Customz Blog you will recognize this 2005 Ford F350 Super Duty Dually 4x4 King Ranch Edition. We finished installing the brand new 4.5" Pure Performance "Triple Threat" Suspension Lift Kit. This kit comes with control arms, however we substituted them with our Top Gun Customz Black Control Arms. Moreover, we upgraded his shocks to the great technology of Bilstein Shocks and installed our Top Gun Customz Dual Steering Stabilizer with Bilstein Cylinders.

We finished by installing a Magnaflow exhaust, SCT SF3 Programmer and a Banks cold air intake which were purchased through our friends at Cobb's Diesel.

To complete the install we mounted 35x12.50R17LT Super Swamper Radial TSL Tires on the 17" King Ranch Rims.

Installed Components:
4.5" Pure Performance "Triple Threat" Suspension Lift Kit
Top Gun Customz Black Control Arms
Bilstein Shocks
Top Gun Customz Dual Steering Stabilizers with Bilstein Cylinders
35x12.50R17LT Super Swamper Radial TSL Tires
Magnaflow exhaust
SCT SF3 Programmer
Banks cold air intake



If you have any questions about this kit or the components used, please feel free to contact us Toll Free at 1-877-274-9362. You can also e-mail us at salesstaff@topguncustomz.com

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That looks great as far as the lift really sets it just right, IMHO a Road Armor style bumper would look better but we all have our opinions. What kind of back spacing was needed to keep those dually wheels from rubbing?
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That looks great as far as the lift really sets it just right, IMHO a Road Armor style bumper would look better but we all have our opinions. What kind of back spacing was needed to keep those dually wheels from rubbing?
The customer bought the truck at an auction as actually was planning on outfitting this rig with Road Armor front and rear bumpers after the lift was complete.

As far as backspacing goes they were factory 17" wheels. 12.50 width up front and 10.50 width on the rear wheels.
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Cool deal, I LOVE the look of a decently lifted crew cab dually. Always a quality job guys!
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