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  1. silverbullet98
    09-02-2012 06:39 PM - permalink
    silverbullet98
    sorry reply took so long, havent been on here in a while. and my brushguard mounted up pretty easily with my body lift. The brand of mine is a Polar Bear brush guard, and it comes with the bolts and brakets for the square pieces on your frame, and mine fits good. you might need to adjust bumper height but mine fit right
  2. MyFX4Project
    05-07-2012 05:52 PM - permalink
    MyFX4Project
    Hey just a quick question. How did you manage a grill guard with a body lift? I really want one like yours but im thinking i might have to resort to a bull bar because of the spacing on the grill guard. Did u fab up a bracket or how did u do it?
  3. silverbullet98
    02-11-2012 03:43 PM - permalink
    silverbullet98
    I am not re-geared. Very costly and the Ford is ready for whatever you throw at it haha. It drives fine, I still pull boats and trailers no problem with it now, even with mine having 286,xxx miles. It handles the tires pretty good I think. Good luck with the new additions, let me see pics whenever you get it done.
  4. MyFX4Project
    02-11-2012 02:58 AM - permalink
    MyFX4Project
    Hey man, ive got a 2002 scab about to put a 3 inch body lift with 315s. Are you regeared or what are your thoughts on re gearing?
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