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Old 02-08-2012, 10:45 PM   #1
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I got a 2007 4x4 f150 crew cab 5.4l . Would a 3" front leveling kit w/ back 1" blocks make 35" mudders work?
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Should do it depending on how big the lugs are on the mudders, and if u keep stock wheels or go with aftermarket wheels. If aftermarket the closer to stock specs the best chance they will have of not rubbing. Depending on if u have 17 or 18 inch wheels an alternative size would work better. 315/70/17 or 295/70/18.
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i have 20 inch rims
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i have 20 inch rims
Stock or aftermarket? Do you know what your backspacing is?
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Aftermarket. Not sure what the back spacing is, I'm new
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