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  1. black rooster
    06-13-2013 10:29 PM - permalink
    black rooster
    I like the transformation , I own a same model but mine is 2012 and it is black also, I been looking to do some upgrades but I need some advises how much it cost to get it to that level
  2. Desert Dawg
    03-19-2013 06:17 PM - permalink
    Desert Dawg
    I really like the Rancho setup; the one-piece subframe makes for a stout system, and the system also retains the factory steering geometry so handling is like stock (except for the higher center of gravity). The Rancho 5000 series shocks will give you a stiffer ride but still very tolerable and not bad at all, however you can get a much better ride with the adjustable 9000 series.

    Going off road, you won't be able to take any jumps...lol...but for normal off-roading (rock crawling, mountain trailing, arroyo runs, etc.), the system works very well.

    The power loss is really a function of the heavier mass of the 35 inch tires and aftermarket wheels, and so I definitely felt it with the 5.4L (more effort needed to get the big meats rolling) and so gas consumption was affected as well. I got about 12 mpg City driving and 14-15 mpg Highway if driven conservatively. I did slightly better with my 2011 5.0L Plat.

  3. Moody Blue
    02-17-2013 08:04 PM - permalink
    Moody Blue
    My wheels are 20x9 0 offset with 305/55/20 Nitto Trail Grapplers. The tires stick out about half an inch or so from the fenders. I have a 2" front level and 3" rear

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  • About whinds
    Clovis, NM
  • My Truck
    F150 FX4
    FX4 Plus Package
    4" Rancho Lift
    RS9000 XL Adjustable Shocks
    20x9 +1 offset Fuel Hostage Wheels
    35x12.50 Nitto Trail Grapplers
    Pioneer In Dash DVD player
    Infinity Door Speakers


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