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Old 03-20-2014, 07:56 PM   #22161
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I know I have a tan truck and not a lot of colors go with it but I absolutely hate orange haha that's why I blacked it out both times and got switchbacks. What about blue to go with my LEDs underneath or the pissed off red look
Or white
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Old 03-20-2014, 08:00 PM   #22162
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Or white
Probably the best thing I guess you can't really go wrong with it.
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Probably the best thing I guess you can't really go wrong with it.
Yeah I'd do them but I'm not sure how they attach them
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After 3 years of building her up i THINK shes done lol

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I like your stance, sittin sideways. Lol jk. Truck looks good.
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I don't know if this has been covered before, but I came across this 4" rear block available from Readylift. It's for an F250 but would this work in our F150's instead of adding a 2" block to the existing to get the factory rake back after a torsion crank? Seems like it would be more stable.

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I don't know if this has been covered before, but I came across this 4" rear block available from Readylift. It's for an F250 but would this work in our F150's instead of adding a 2" block to the existing to get the factory rake back after a torsion crank? Seems like it would be more stable. http://www.readylift.com/files/instr...structions.pdf
If all you did was crank tbars you will not need a 4" lift in the rear to get the same look...when I cranked mine it was level without any blocks in the rear so a 2" block kit from an auto parts store for $30 couple dollars would be all you need or it will be to much in the back....I personally like my truck level, I don't like it when it looks like A truck is doing a nose dive or a wheelie going down the road...that's me though. At advanced auto parts stores you can get a 1",2" and some even carry 3" rear block kits and it takes longer to remove the 8 bolts than it is to put it on
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I like your stance, sittin sideways. Lol jk. Truck looks good.
Haha ya not sure what happened there the pic was straight in my photo gallery:O
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35x12.5s without body or suspension lift
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