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Old 10-04-2012, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default '78 f150 2wd needs a lift

I would like to lift my f150 2wd about 4" most all lift kits I see are for 4wd. I would prefer a suspension lift. Any info on how to do it would be a lot of help.
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Thanks guys! Ya scraptor forgot about the ibeam changing the camber when u do a typical lift.
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