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Old 07-08-2014, 10:35 AM   #351
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Bump...anything new out there?
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Old 07-08-2014, 10:54 AM   #352
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Not sure if I have posted.

13 FX2 - 2.5" ReadyLIFT, 09-13 4X4 1.25" Rear Blocks with 275/60R20 Nitto TG!

Dont have any new pics on my phone but you get the idea.

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Soon to be upgrading to Fox 2.0 Front Coilovers, Fox 2.0 Rear Shocks, 04-08 4X4 2" Blocks in the rear, Stiffler Traction Bars, and Bora 1.5" wheel spacers.

Just trying to decide if I'm going to order the 2WD or 4X4 Fox Front Coils.

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Here's mine! 2.5" Ready lift in the front. OEM 4x4 (1.25") rear blocks. Now I just have to figure out tires. Probably going to go with Toyo AT2 295/60/R20. Hopefully those will fit!
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Both trucks look great. I just picked up a set of OEM rear blocks and ubolts. Probably going to move my Bilsteins up to max setting. And ZMAM, I'm probably going with same tire size. I currently have 275/60/20s. I don't think we should have any issues.
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[MENTION=141720]Z7What[/MENTION] Reasoning for going with Fox over the f150-lifts setup?
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Just trying to decide if I'm going to order the 2WD or 4X4 Fox Front Coils. Wayne
I'm considering the same swap to fox stuff
Is there a difference between the 2wd and 4wd coils?
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[MENTION=141720]Z7What[/MENTION] Reasoning for going with Fox over the f150-lifts setup?
No reason at all, had plans to buy there 5100s they make. I have spoken to then many times about different options. Actually already bought the rear Bilsteins shocks. But being as those seam to not ever going to be available again i decided to change it up. So I'll be selling te rear Bilsteins. The Boss shocks that F150Lifts.com make are very nice and will/have been considered they just haven't been out long enough to have the reviews I'm looking for. I am still saving for all the mods listed above so maybe by the time I'm ready to buy there will be more reviews.

The Foxes just seam to be exactly what I want.

Only time will tell!

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I'm considering the same swap to fox stuff Is there a difference between the 2wd and 4wd coils?
They use the same spring but the shock length is different.
4X4 = 23.025/17.6
4X2 = 21.85/16.925.
My thought is if the 4X4 gains 2.5" with the 4X4 coils my 2WD would gain the 2.5" plus the stock height difference between the 2WD & 4X4.

Fox told me the 4X4 wouldnt fit because it would be to long but the Boss coils are 24.791/19.838 so if those fit a 2WD why wouldn't the Fox 4X4 work on my 2WD. Makes since? Pick up what I'm dropping down?

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Both trucks look great. I just picked up a set of OEM rear blocks and ubolts. Probably going to move my Bilsteins up to max setting. And ZMAM, I'm probably going with same tire size. I currently have 275/60/20s. I don't think we should have any issues.
Very cool! Are you going with the Toyos? I have the 35" x 12.5" AT2s on me jeep and they're great.
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Drew I think you misread it. He said he wanted 295/60 and you commented on 275/60.

The 275/60R20 is 32.99X10.83
The 295/60R20 is 33.93X11.61

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