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Old 11-26-2014, 12:12 AM   #1
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So had a pro comp 2" level in and I lifted with a 6" zone and my installer took my levelling kit off, he did the same install on a 2014 and left their level on and he says it makes a clunk sound when he hits big bumps but I'm wondering if I can do any level that will be perfect so I can run 37s
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Contact the boys at Stage 3...they just did a 6" lift and used our Boss Coilovers to get another 2" of lift. I believe the started with a Zone 6" lift.
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So had a pro comp 2" level in and I lifted with a 6" zone and my installer took my levelling kit off, he did the same install on a 2014 and left their level on and he says it makes a clunk sound when he hits big bumps but I'm wondering if I can do any level that will be perfect so I can run 37s
Zone on its own clears 37s
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Zone on its own clears 37s
Only with a 9 inch wide wheel and 5-5.5 backspacing which comes out between 0 and -12 offset. OP, you might be able to run 37s already depending on your wheel choice
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only with a 9 inch wide wheel and 5-5.5 backspacing which comes out between 0 and -12 offset. Op, you might be able to run 37s already depending on your wheel choice
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I've had a +12 offset that wouldn't work on my lift so had to put 1.5inch spacers on to make them work, so I have very wide stance and my 35s are scraping a bit and I just want to bigger of course
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They had to trim on my 6" Zone for my 35s to clear on a wheel that is 18x9 with 0 offset so you'd have to trim a lot for 37s with a stock bumper
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If you get time give us a call, we did start with a zone 6 inch lift and 37s. We had to cut a lot and they still rubbed at full lock. Then we did the F150 coil over set up and were able to go from 6-9 adjustable. We clear the 37s with no issues at all now. Here is a pic when the truck was at 6 inches and now at about 7.5 in front.

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If you get time give us a call, we did start with a zone 6 inch lift and 37s. We had to cut a lot and they still rubbed at full lock. Then we did the F150 coil over set up and were able to go from 6-9 adjustable. We clear the 37s with no issues at all now. Here is a pic when the truck was at 6 inches and now at about 7.5 in front.
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I cant believe how nice it rides for being so big. F150lifts did a really good job with those coil overs.
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