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  1. Larryw1
    12-19-2010 10:21 AM - permalink
    Larryw1
    How are you? Merry Christmas to you and your Family.
    My truck is up for truck of the year! I need votes. If it is ok I could use a vote.
    however there are some nice trucks running.
  2. Larryw1
    06-15-2010 03:31 PM - permalink
    Larryw1
    Some people say no. others say use the spacer from pro comp. ( a weak point if you ask me) I measured my drive shaft and felt that to preserve the tail shaft bushing in the back of the trans I needed to lengthen my drive shaft. the question is: how far does your frt. yoke stick out from the stock position? Mine was too much for me. talk to your local drive line shop. and let them look at your truck. be safe do it right!
  3. Larryw1
    06-15-2010 11:12 AM - permalink
    Larryw1
    no I didn't however I felt that the blocks should have been tapered for that.
    Shims are a possibility to get the angle on the pinion. my pinion had a good angle.
    according to the drive line shop that lengthened my drive shaft. I also changed the rear shackle (shorter shackle) which gave me an angle improvement ever so slight.
  4. Larryw1
    06-14-2010 10:35 PM - permalink
    Larryw1
    I have a camper shell on my truck so I had to also add the AAL to get my truck level.
    now since I upgraded to the stage II I also changed the rear shackle to get back the 1.5" that the frt increased when the coil overs were put on.
    so in the back. I used the 5" block, AAL 1.5", shackle 1.5" this combo added 6" to the stock height. my truck still measure 1/4" less in the back.

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  • About Shooter
    Location
    South MS
    Interests
    Training in Mixed Martial Arts, Trucks and Guns!
  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150 Lariat 4x4 SCREW
    Year
    2007
    Engine
    5.4
    Options
    Leather, 6 disc CD w/ Ipod port, Sunroof, Power Rear Window, Climate Control
    Modifications
    ProComp 6" Lift, ProComp AAL, 35" Toyo Open Country A/T, 18x9 American Racing Cannon wheels, Edge Evolution
  • Signature
    2007 F150 Lariat 4x4 SCREW
    ProComp 6" Lift
    ProComp AAL
    American Racing Cannon Wheels
    Toyo Open Country A/T 35"

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