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Old 04-18-2011, 06:31 AM
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The new truck just got new shoes

Well, I just purchased an '04 F350 CCLB that already had a 6" lift but had the stock wheels put back on it before they traded it in. Found a great set of used wheels/tires - Eagle Alloy wheels and Fierce Attitude M/T tires. Figured I'd post up a before and after shot since I spent a lot of time looking at others before hand.



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looks good
good luck with the new truck
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Could be the pix but that looks more like a 4-4.5" lift ... ?
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:37 PM
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Could be the pix but that looks more like a 4-4.5" lift ... ?
I just purchased the truck so it very well could be. Do you have a good way of figuring out which it would be? I was sitting next to a '00 that had a 6" lift when I still had the stock tires on it and it looked about the same so it's an assumption at this point.
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looks good, that new wheel combo looks way better filling up the wheel well. any idea what the back spacing and offset is on the rims?
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looks good, that new wheel combo looks way better filling up the wheel well. any idea what the back spacing and offset is on the rims?
Yeah, the PO took off their wheels before trading it in - looked like I was driving around on stilts. Could only take that a few days.

No clue what the offset and backspacing are. I was in a rush the morning I got them mounted and they came straight off the guy's truck so I didn't have any time with them to take measurements. There's a rub on the bumper in an off-camber turn and on the leaf springs at full lock so I'd go with something different if I bought new though. Being a CCLB, it makes it challenging in the parking lot some times.
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