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Old 07-19-2014, 11:14 AM   #371
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Was messing around with my brothers jeep and thought I'd roll his 35" x12.5" Toyos in front of my truck. They're massive!

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Old 08-04-2014, 07:47 PM   #372
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Leveled out front and back. Kept 1" of rake though.

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Had 2" HBS with 275/70 Nitto Terra and just installed 295/70 Trail Grapplers this morning. What do you think?
What tire size and do you have any rubbing issues?
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So what I want to know is the overall height of the trucks after leveling and tires - it has to fit in the garage!

I got rid of a Dodge 2500 mega cab 2wd with a 6" lift on 35's because it wouldn't fit in the garage - too tall to fit through the door!
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6" zone lift, fox shocks and Camburg control arms
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Hopefully this is alright to post in this thread. I have a 2010 supercrew 2wd and have been debating about leveling/lifting the truck for the last few months. I wasn't to sure about it till last friday when I was at uhaul to rent a car trailer. The lady commented on how low my truck sat compared to other f150's and asked me if I had lowered it any. They say size doesn't count but dang it did sting a little!! Anyway back on topic I was hoping some of you have measured your fenders before and after the lift and was hoping you would post up for reference for me and others. This is how my truck currently sits height wise at the fender

Front driver side: 35 3/4
Front pass side : 36

Rear driver side : 37 5/8
Rear pass side : 37 1/4

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Old 10-19-2014, 11:34 PM   #379
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Here's mine, I like the way it turned out. I just wanted to get rid of some of the factory rake. Nothing crazy, AS 1.5 level no rear blocks. Tires are 32" Cooper AT3.

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some good looking trucks! looking to level mine out in the near future.
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