*MUST SEE* 6" Rough Country Lift Kit & 37" Tires on an 11 Ford F250 Super Duty 4x4 - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum
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Cool *MUST SEE* 6" Rough Country Lift Kit & 37" Tires on an 11 Ford F250 Super Duty 4x4


Tonight we have a pretty cool install. This is a 2011 Ford F250 Super Duty 4x4 that came into our shop completely bone stock. We installed the BRAND NEW 6" Rough Country 4-Link Conversion Suspension Lift Kit on this Super Duty. The kit went on great and compliments the new 37x13.50x20 Toyo: Open Country M/T Tires and 20" BMF: S.O.T.A Chrome Wheels very well. Don't forget to check out the photo gallery to see before and after photos!

Installed Components:
6" Rough Country 4-Link Conversion Suspension Lift Kit
37x13.50x20 Toyo: Open Country M/T Tires
20" BMF: S.O.T.A Chrome Wheels


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What offset are those BMF's?

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Just curious if this kit came in an 4 inch version and would it be enough to clear 37 13.5 18 Toyo M/T with zero offset KMD misfits on a 2006 4x4 F250.


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That looks awesome

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I Love the truck! Just wondering IF you drove that truck Off road say through a Ditch,would it Hit ?

If so with 37's how much lift would it take to be able to Flex the Suspinsion without it hitting?

Reason i ask Is i plan to Run 37's but I Use my Truck in the woods hunting and some times i have to cross a firebreak and would like the truck to be set up correctly....

Would 8" be To much ?

Thanks for any info.... Trucks sweet ,My first Ford ever was Red :~)

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Guess they don't have time for Small talk LOL

To Busy Installing Lifts :~)

After looking on their site and Truck Toyz,It looks like the set-Up i would be best with would be 38 Toyos and 8" lift ??? The Judges are still Out LOL
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Yeah I guess. I've been trying to get an answer from these guys a while. They are local for me, so I was hoping for a response, may have to go elsewhere.

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What do you guys think of rough country in comparison to other lift? I know you guys sell all brands.

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