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Vv150 what will I need to do to get the 37's undermine I have procomp 6"?
The stage I pro comp 6" lift on the new F150 allows for enough clearance for 37s without any cutting of anything. I only had to cut my fender flares in the front a little because they were rubbing slightly on the bottom of the fender flare. To help also set your caster on the higher end of the tolerant range when you have your truck aligned.
Pro Comp 6" Lift Stage 2 w/ mx2.75 coilovers; rear mx6 adjustable shocks; Firestone RideRite airbags; Toyo Open Country 37x13.50r20; 20" Chrome Rims; Bushwacker Pocket 2.25" Fender Flares Linexed; Ranch Hand Bull Nose Bumper Linexed; Carriage works grille; Tow mirrors; PIAA 525 Series Lamps; Headlights Light Tinted; DDM Tuning 6000k HID Low Beams and Fogs; Undercover Tonneau; AMP-Research Power Steps; K&N CAI; Undercoating Suspension Spray; Linex Bedliner
Is it too late to enter???? If not, I'd like to add mine in the mix! This is my first Ford and I've had a lot of fun with it. I can't wait to do more to it but for now it's mostly stock. Yr: 2012 Engine: 5.0L Trim: FX2 Mileage: 15000 All I've done is add the Roush exhaust (which I blacked out the tips), stubby antenna, bed liner, plasti-dipped wheels and emblems and all weather floor mats. Will be adding a toolbox soon and eventually some new tires and leveling kit.