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Old 03-02-2009, 10:04 AM   #1
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Thumbs up pics of 99 f150 on 38.5 11 inch lift

this is my 99 f150 4x4 with 8 inch suspension and 3 inch body on 38.5, tell me what you think
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Nice truck, those stacks are crazy. Where's the rear bumper? Looks like a nice truck.
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Wow great truck!!!

Ok how did you do the stacks. Thats always been something I've wanted to do, maybe you could put some pics of how its run.
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looks good! thats how big mine should look soon. I have a 97 with 6" fabtech and 2" torsion bar to give me 8" of lift on 38" tires. (how did you get the 8" of lift?) here is a picture of mine.
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I actually think I am going to order my body lift today and put it on in a week or 2. how do you like it? and did you put it on your self? if so, did you run into any problems? do you have any rubbing? mine rub a little when i turn and hit something (like every freakin time i go up the drive way!) and my fenders are taking a beating.

also, what gear/axle combination do you have in the rear. i have the 8.8 axle on the stock 3.55 gears and it sucks! slow as hell and im afraid im going to break that axle. I am planning an upgrade to the 9.75 and 4.88 gears.

What do you have for lift on the rear? i currently have a 2" add-a-leaf and a 5" block. so that sucks also! lol im wanting to get some leaf springs that have the 7" of lift but they are expensive.

could you post a picture of the wheel and wheel well...so i can see how much clearance you have?

I am really glad i found this post cause your truck looks like what mines gonna look like (minus the stacks) the stacks look good but not for me i dont really like them on gas trucks. but to each his own

The truck looks good though. Do you have any other plans for it?
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Another question about the stacks. What do they sound like
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Not really a fan of the stacks or the tail lights, but that's just my personal taste. Otherwise, pretty b/a looking truck.
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what size pipes do u have under those big pipes cuz i know those pipes wouldnt work on an f150 i think f150s can only go up to 2.5inch stacks
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Nice pipes. . . I agree with JRV on the lights, and I am also wondering about the rear bumper too. I have thought about getting pipes like those too.
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the lift is a 6 inch fab with turned tortion and 3 inch body witch gives me 11 total, i have stock axels and stock gears ( just waiting till summer so i can order 4:88 though) and it still goes anywear i climbed the biggest snow bank ever and had the trailer hitch touching the ground , the stacks are ran just like a deisel the only difference is that i have 2.5 all the way back to the 5 inch y pipe that conects to the stacks, michigan off road put the lift on (that cost a pretty penny)and the bumper had some rust on it so i took it off im trying to find a new one at the time
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