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  1. UnleashedFord
    12-01-2010 02:42 AM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    skyjacker is a awesome brand go with them, and thats fine if you need anything just let me know and since i helped you out so much, go make a accound on http://www.*****************/forum/

    haha
  2. UnleashedFord
    11-30-2010 08:02 PM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    that is a complete kit, i installed that exact kit on a customers truck about 2 weeks ago it was on a 05.....for that price i rather do a procomp but its up to you

    and he got it from craigslist for 700, it was brand new in a box
  3. UnleashedFord
    11-30-2010 07:36 PM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    do you want a complete lift kit?

    or would a leveling kit keep you happy?
  4. UnleashedFord
    11-29-2010 11:06 PM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    i personally wouldnt go with a 2.5in leveling kit ontop of that lift, only a 2in at most...and that lift is not complete you would need 2 rear shocks


    and with a 5in block your ride is going to be really rough...i was going to do that but it isnt worth it

    just run a 3in block with a add a leaf, on a procomp or fabtech lift and a 2in spacer
  5. UnleashedFord
    11-29-2010 08:37 PM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    i believe the 5.4 comes with 4 origional leaf springs and the 4.6 comes with 3....so you would have to add 2 leafs or a bigger block.
  6. UnleashedFord
    11-29-2010 01:49 PM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    as long as all the specs are the same as your truck then your fine, like 5.4 and yeah because the 5.4 and 4.6 have different leafs
  7. UnleashedFord
    11-29-2010 01:31 AM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    fabtech has an amazing look with their coilover springs, but as in performance wise for that price range i would go with the procomp..doesnt have the same look but better performance if you ask me....but the coil over kit is well over 2k alone.....so your looking at a procomp stage 1 or fabtech stage 1 kit....those both come with spacers....the procomp comes with a big spacer that goes ontop of your origional strut, the fabtech comes with a new shock but you use your origional coil which i dont like
  8. UnleashedFord
    11-28-2010 09:42 PM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    the fabtech stage 1 comes pretty leveled out just gives crappy height and performance, but whats your price range?
  9. UnleashedFord
    11-28-2010 09:04 PM - permalink
    UnleashedFord
    ill start like this, neither one of our trucks are perfectly leveled, my truck is higher then hers in the front but mine is higher in the back

    she has a 6in fabtech lift with a 1 1/2 in leveling kit ontop for the front and a add a leaf in the back with a 2 1/2in block

    i have a 6in procomp lift with a 3in block in the back with a add a leaf, next week i am gonna add a 2in leveling kit in the front of my truck

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  • About shawn9106
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    Im a Junior in highschool waiting to get my license. I love anything to with the outside and really love my truck.
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    Kentucky
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    Camping, Hunting, and Fishing
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    XLT
    Year
    2004
    Engine
    4.6 v8
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    2004 F-150 Extended cab XLT , 4.6L V-8, 2wd , 6.5 foot bed

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