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rides real good, those km2s are smooth and quiet, wasnt expecting that! the tbar crank made it ride rough and bounce going down the road so i brought it down a little, its a 3" kit but i only have them cranked about 2".....gotta find a way to get another inch in the front and possibly the back, tired of trimming haha, anyone used coil spring spacers? do the make it ride rougher?
you can't use coil spacers. you're 4x4
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The only way to lift it more is to get an actual suspension lift

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you can't use coil spacers. you're 4x4
This. Truck is still looking good. Have you looked into the tuner?
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As expensive as it is, you'll want to regear asap. 35's will kill your trans from all the work it has to do to get those suckers moving. (ask me how I know) Luckily ford fixed mine under warranty. Body lift and 35's and all. haha

I went with 4.88's and haven't looked back.
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As expensive as it is, you'll want to regear asap. 35's will kill your trans from all the work it has to do to get those suckers moving. (ask me how I know) Luckily ford fixed mine under warranty. Body lift and 35's and all. haha

I went with 4.88's and haven't looked back.
agreed, my tranny went 7k miles after i ran 35's and 410's. I went 4.56 as my truck usually sees 4 hour freeway runs to lake tahoe a few times a month. I tach about 2700 rpm at 75 mph.

and what size wheels and backspacing are on this truck?
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Such a perfect stance on that. I'm curious on width and backspacing myself.
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probably 3.75 assuming they're 15x10s


they also made those procomps with 2.5" bs but they'd poke like a mother lol
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Wow man, your truck sits perfectly!
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...they also made those procomps with 2.5" bs but they'd poke like a mother lol
You say that like it's a bad thing.
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You say that like it's a bad thing.
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What kind of rims and tires do you have on there?
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What kind of rims and tires do you have on there?
The info is in his first post in this thread- back in 2012.
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The info is in his first post in this thread- back in 2012.
So you mean, "finally finished lifting it, 2011, 4.0 v6, 4x4, 3" body lift, 2" shackle lift in the back, 3" leveling kit for the front, 35x12.5x15 bfg km2s, pro comp rims?"
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So you mean, "finally finished lifting it, 2011, 4.0 v6, 4x4, 3" body lift, 2" shackle lift in the back, 3" leveling kit for the front, 35x12.5x15 bfg km2s, pro comp rims?"
Yes, that's what "pro comp rims" and "BFG km2" is referring to.
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Yes, that's what "pro comp rims" and "BFG km2" is referring to.
Thank you!
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NICE!

That is one good looking truck.


What he said !

Do the 35s hit anywhere, hard corners or anything like that ?
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This thread is 2 years old the OP probably said Ltr
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(3" body lift, 2" shackle lift in the back, 3" leveling kit for the front) Does that equal to 5 or 6 inches?
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Simple arithmetic

Front:
3" + 3" = 6" of front lift

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3" + 2" = 5" of rear lift



was it that difficult?
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What backspace is on your wheels?
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The answer was given above -.-
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