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Old 09-21-2010, 12:11 PM   #1
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Hey Guys how's it going. I just ordered a pro comp stage 2 lift for my 09 fx4 and was wondering if I could run a 18" wheel? The instructions say you have to run a 20" wheel. Just wanting to know for sure before I get wheels.

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I don't know for sure, but unless the lift somehow affected the brakes, I don't really see why it would matter. I could be completely wrong though, it's just my opinion.
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There were some Pro Comp lifts made for the 09+ F150 that allow someone to put 18" wheels however the majority of the kits made require 20". You should call 4wheelparts and ask them. Have your kits serial number available and they should be able to tell you. This is what I did. Good luck.
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alright thanks for the help, i went to 4wp and they said i could run 18s
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