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Old 04-10-2012, 01:18 AM   #1
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okay guys, im new to this thread/forum stuff.. i wanna do a body lift on my 92 ford f150 manual.. i wanna do the hockey puck way but i dont want to have to adjust linkage and lines.. anynoe have tips or anything or maybe pics of before and after. please help, any tips appreciated. thanks
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:24 AM   #2
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Yeah you ll need two to three dozen hockey pucks, plus bolts, it might not be much cheaper than a proper kit, and its sucks drilling pucks,
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If its an automatic buy the kit if its a manual its easy to use hockey pucks. My body lift was easy ill do it again no problems
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If its an automatic buy the kit if its a manual its easy to use hockey pucks. My body lift was easy ill do it again no problems
What does a puck cost in PA, up here there better than a buck each, and we live off them
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Quick question that doesn't need it's own thread. I have a '91 F150, body lift kits for a '91 don't come with bumper brackets. The kit for a '92 does. What is the difference in the bracketry on the front bumper that makes it so I can't use a '92 body lift kit on my '91?
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The brackets the mount to the frame. My 96 has basically angle that the bumper mounts to. I believe 91s mount from the bumper to the frame if you get what i mean
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sorry bout wrong section, im new to this whole forum stuff.. but yea shes a manual, i was just wondering what i would have to adjust if i did a three inch BL..?

and pucks wholesale only cost .99 cents, bolts are also about that cheap.
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I believe extend the steering, and you can either add three inches to te sticks or leave it
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