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Old 04-29-2014, 07:48 AM   #1
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Looking to move from the 2010 Expedition to a 2012 or 2013 F150. Currently have a 3/2 coil lift and 34 inch tires and looking for that height or higher. ANy thoughts?
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Can I put a six inch lift on a 2013 supercrew
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You can go with anything on an F-150 from a 2" level to a 16" lift. All depends on the height you like and how much cash you're willing to spend. A 6" kit will cost around $1300-1500 depending on options and if you install yourself or not. But if you do a 4x4 you should be able to fit 35's under it with just a level. Search on here for the tire fitment guide and check out the 2009-2014 section. I've got 35's tucked under a level on an 07. Hope this helps!
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