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Old 06-25-2015, 08:04 PM   #1
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New to the site. I wanted to share with everyone my little build. Basically 2011 FX4 ecoboost. I have had it almost 1 year. Since then I have done mild add on's. Window tint, headlight/foglight upgrades, puddle light and interior lights all changed. Few months ago decided to put a 6 in rough country lift with bilsteins and 35 in trail grapplers mounted on 20x10 dropstars.
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Looks good!
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Looks good was wondering how the ride? Was looking at the same lift but not many people have the Rough Country lift or just don't respond.
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Ride was horrible when I first put it together. Come to find out my tire guy forgot to lower the pressure after he mounted the tire and the pressure was still at 65psi. I lowered that to 35 and I think it rides as good as factory. I put the bilstein 5100 up front and left it at 0, besides that everything else is from rc. Going on 3 months with it on with no complaints.
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Couple photos of how the much the tire sticks out. These are 20x10 with -19 offset.
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LOL. You must have been reading my mind that was the next question I was going to ask you was what offset you have. But you answered that for me
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Also how the gas mileage or should I even ask.
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I drive pretty agressive and was getting 13.5-14 factory. My gauge shows me getting 11-11.5 now but not sure how accurate that really is. I am hoping to get a programmer so I can get the tire sized changed and hope it fixes mpg and mph gauges.
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Good looking truck, really like those rims.

I have the 5.0 with a 6" and 35"s and i get right around 12.5mpg with my speedometer re-calibrated. Not sure what gearing you are running.
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Looks great! I was also looking at a set of wheels with -19 offset. Can you post a pic of the tires pulled back from those pics you posted. To get a better idea of how they sit? would appreciate it if you could. Enjoy your new ride.
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