Ah, I guess no answers will be coming my way by the look of the posts added after mine. I'm not really sure what a senior member means? I thought you could give the less knowledgable some wisdom. If worship is what your looking get a puppy or put some tits on your truck! If you can share some info great, if not no worries I'm sure the info is out there. Thanks to the others that posted to let me know not to hold my breathe.
Dont worry I"M not stroking you my tires are down to 30 percent so this is gonna happen in the next month. I have a sick vacation house in NC mountains give a hand and I will hook you up for a week up there... you will need that truck to get up the driveway!!! I try to get up every couple months but its tough time wise its 12 hrs from here. Try to get friends to go up to keep it all kicking but the driveway is sketchy gotta have 4 wheel drive. Sorry to leave you two messages. if its easier E-mail me at email@example.com I am a A/C contractor in West Palm beach Fl
I can see you responded to someone a while back that you have a 10 inch lift running 40s if I go three inch body that will give me 9. will I be able to stuff 40s or will I need to through a leveling kit on top of the procomp 6 inch? I did not get the stage with coil overs so I dont know if that makes a difference. I will need advice on gear selection as I am sure you had to do that as well and the right bumper kit to take up the gap. Sorry I don't want to be a stalker but you appear to have exactly what I want.
HK, I just joined the site and was kinda looking for some advice from you. I have a 2012 ecoboost I put a 6 inch pro comp lift on it with some 35's on 20's I am not as happy as I thought I would be. I would like to go to a 40 but I need to know how high to go to stuff them. I thought to pop a body lift on it but you would really know. I am in west palm Fl with plenty of shops around and a good friend with a fab shop that works on my 67 camaro but he doesn't know the best way to get me where I want to go. Your ride and look is perfect and I don't want to look like a tool when I'm done. I want it to look like your lift. (right!) I have seen a bunch of jealous posts on your truck you must just laugh....that truck makes me happy to look at. If you could give me some good solid advice I would be grateful.