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I I am buying a lift kit next week it's 3" in the front and 2" in the back dose any one have the same size lift and if so do you have any pics or should I get different sizes

Also I have 285/75r16
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2wd or 4wd?
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I I am buying a lift kit next week it's 3" in the front and 2" in the back dose any one have the same size lift and if so do you have any pics or should I get different sizes Also I have 285/75r16
it usually helps people know what lift your talking about if you give them a name. I'm assuming the rough country 3" spindle?
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Blocks in back spacer in front and its a eBay lift kit so I don't sink a lot of money for a lift I might not like
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Blocks in back spacer in front and its a eBay lift kit so I don't sink a lot of money for a lift I might not like
you won't like it. Spacers kill ride quality. Also not too fun to install
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Even the spacers that go on top of the spring cause this is what I am getting

Buying a lift kit next week-image-4257769606.jpg
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Even the spacers that go on top of the spring cause this is what I am getting
yes those are the ones I'm talking about. Kills ride
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http://www.roughcountry.com/ford-sus...-kit-9268.html

Go with these. Or the spindle for 3"
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So my best bet is to pay the $500 for the compleat kit
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