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Old 02-28-2006
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Would a F250 or F350 from the same year bolt right up ?
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seems like a good site, lots of SAS articals
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Old 03-09-2006
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I checked out that website. They've got some pretty good information there.

I found some info there on the lifts, mainly the 6" vs the 8" lift. The 8" lift would most likely need new drive shafts, and puts more stress on the frame than the 6" lift. Also found out that the 37's might stress out the truck some with heavy offroading, but I hardly ever do anything heavy, so that should be no problem. Anyhow, its looking like I'll be throwing on a 6" lift with 37" M/T's.
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