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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
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?
1991 F150 XLT Lariat - 300 I6/E4OD, 2 Wheel Drive, Bright Regatta Blue Metallic
Mods: True duals, 55w AUX reverse lights, Smoked tails/reflector, Smoked corners, 31x10.50s, 15x10s, Blacked out grille, Diamond plate bed rails, Tampa Bay Rays fuzzy dice, 2.5in level, 2in rear block, 6,000K HIDs, LED grille lights, Custom clear headlights