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Old 05-25-2010, 12:44 AM   #521
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here is my old 01 supercrew with a 6inch fabtech lift and 2.5 inch torsion keys with 38" superswampers. i miss that beast everyday since i sold it.
n the second to last pic i thot it was Jesus's truck lol
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Old 05-25-2010, 01:15 AM   #522
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hahahahah mine aint bad i still get like 250-300 a tank depending on if i dog the hell outta it
i get 200-250 with a 20gallon tank
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Old 05-25-2010, 07:22 AM   #523
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here is my old 01 supercrew with a 6inch fabtech lift and 2.5 inch torsion keys with 38" superswampers. i miss that beast everyday since i sold it.
holy smoke...that's sweet
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Old 05-25-2010, 07:25 AM   #524
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Man that is a killer truck...I want to do one like it next
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i have a 1998 f150 with 3" lift blocks in back and cranked T-bar in front. The cranked t-bar only added 1 inch of lift to the front. what can i do to level it out other then using torsion keys? another thing if i replace all my shocks with 2" lift shocks will i get the 2 inches just from the shocks and will only replacing the shocks add stress to other point of the truck? last thing i have 98 f150 4wd stock rims. after i level out the front will i be able to fit thornbirds 35"x12.5" ?
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i have a 1998 f150 with 3" lift blocks in back and cranked T-bar in front. The cranked t-bar only added 1 inch of lift to the front. what can i do to level it out other then using torsion keys? another thing if i replace all my shocks with 2" lift shocks will i get the 2 inches just from the shocks and will only replacing the shocks add stress to other point of the truck? last thing i have 98 f150 4wd stock rims. after i level out the front will i be able to fit thornbirds 35"x12.5" ?

We've talked before....post a pic of your truck here now so I can see that it looks like the way it sits now. I don't know about lift shocks because I've never used them but the keys will take you up more. I fit 35's on 16x10's with a 4.5 BS on Just a T bar crank...that's it.
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Did you stack the blocks in the rear or it that just one 3" block?
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i stacked the 3" block on top of the factory block
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