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  1. Goo
    05-20-2013 01:09 PM - permalink
    Goo
    Awesome truck. What is overall height?
    Trying to figure out if I can go 2 inch lift plus 285/75r18 Toyo in my parking garage.
    Thx
  2. alleydock06
    11-27-2012 10:04 PM - permalink
    alleydock06
    Hello norCal-09, Alleydock06 here. Just wanted to update you. I went with the 285/75/18" Toyo A/T's, 2.5" Level Kit and recalibrated my speedo, could'nt be more pleased !!! What did you do about the spare tire ?? I still have the original 17" under the truck, but will put the same size 18" under there, if it will fit ??? I know the 17" will cause problems with my ABS and limited Slip, if I don't change. Since I have a shortbed, putiing the spare anywhere but under the truck, is out of the question. Any advice ? Thanks.
  3. Wanted33
    10-15-2012 02:22 PM - permalink
    Wanted33
    NorCal, old buddy, old friend, and Comrade in arms, Gimme the 411, have you got that new FX in the driveway yet.? As it has been siad, "I gots to know".
  4. surfcitydude
    06-27-2012 04:17 PM - permalink
    surfcitydude
    I made a contact at Pacific and bought it below invoice on an order. $46k loaded plus t&l
  5. sundogtune
    12-28-2011 06:22 PM - permalink
    sundogtune
    i was going to do the exact setup you did on my 2010 4x4 screw. but for only 1.5 in increase did you really think it was worth it? ecspecially on the 18s.they are sooo freakin exspensive!! i know it fills in the wheel well better,which is something i was looking for, but does it make it LOOK just a little bit more stout (tough)?? im not lookin for mud boggers, just want it to look a little bit better. if you dont answer it aint no thing just lookin for a quick yes or no, as far as is it worth it?( in your mind)
  6. joshreinhardt91
    11-30-2011 01:07 PM - permalink
    joshreinhardt91
    did you level just the front of your truck or the back as well
    also did you have to take out the fenderguards to keep from rubbing or is there no work done other than level kit and tires? I have a grey xlt 4x4 and im wanting to to do the exact same thing and get the tallest tire i can without doin any cutting and still having it not rub at all
  7. lkingsbury
    11-21-2011 05:09 PM - permalink
    lkingsbury
    Hey,

    I have a similar truck (2010 fx4, sterling grey). I have a level, nothing in rear, and it is time to replace the stock tires. How do the A/T's handle mud and sand? I have seen you speak of snow, but we dont get much in South Texas.
  8. okieford4x4
    02-12-2011 04:07 AM - permalink
    okieford4x4
    Hey NorCal I am curently struggling with the same choice as you were. I also have a 09 supercrew that I want to replace tires on. I plan on keeping factory wheels like you. When you had your 2" leveling kit installed did that include anything on the rear. If you had to guess how much taller is your truck now than when it was? Ive been looking at tires in that tire size not that many to choose from. I was set on the goodyear silent armor tire but dont they dont seem to make them that size. What other tires were you considering if you dont mind me asking? Ive been in circles trying to figure out what I need to do. I do like your truck just hard to tell how tall it is. Thanks for any direction you can give me.

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  • About NorCal-09
    Biography
    My 5th 4X4 truck (also 4 SUV's) and my 2nd F150; most recent previous vehicle F-250 V-10.

    Navy veteran--Viet Nam era.

    34 years as an LEO (officer/supervisor/manager) with a large agency in CA.

    I love exploring remote areas of the desert in SoCal and northern Nevada. I have had many years of mountain/desert off-road experience in my personal vehicles, as well as on the job in my Agency 4X4 EOV's; many times under very adverse/intense weather conditions.
    Location
    After 20 + years in the foothills of the Sierras; I am now [back] in the south-end of Sunny SoCal!
    Interests
    Camping, fishing, off-roading, cars/trucks, travel--visited China 12 times; and married there.
    How did you find F150Forum.com?
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  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150 XLT 4x4 Screw
    Year
    2009
    Engine
    5.4L
    Options
    '09 Screw, 4x4, Sterling Med/Stone cloth, 5.4, 3.55 LS, 36 gal, AT 275/18, TG step, Chrome package.
    Modifications
    I added a 2" leveling kit, made by Tuff Country and installed by Les Schwab Tire Co.

    Had LineX applied to my bed.

    Also put on a set of 285/75/18 Toyo Open Country A/T's. (35") Great snow and off-highway performance; and tame on the Freeway--Love them!!

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