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Old 10-01-2015, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default 2015 F150 Zone 6 Inch Lift - Installed w/ Pics

We just finished up the install on the 2015 F150 6 Inch zone lift kit. The wheel and tire combo is Fuel 20x10 Mavericks -24mm off set, tires are 35.12.50.20 Nitto Trail Grapplers. We have removed the lower air dam and on level ground I have no rubbing at all. We have done no trimming. When I turn and am braking I do get a slight rub at full lock (When parking etc). Here are some pics. Install video and review coming soon.

















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Awesome truck/setup- Looks amazing!
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Looks sharp! Why did you guys remove the air dam? I see others doing this too, but I am not too sure what the point is???
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looks good!
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100% personal preference, ive just always thought it looked to large.


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Beautiful truck. 6" is perfect height with those wheels/tires.
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Wow.....now that is set up really nicely.
Im running a 6 inch lift as well but some days I wish I had gone 7 inch or 8 inch to run 37's cleanly. Im still getting pretty good gas milage with 35's and 6 inch though and that is nice.

I did have to do a little trimming so I had no rub at full turn in rough terrain.

You all did it right. Looks really nice.
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Great looking truck. The fact that you test products and produce great videos is why I've spent way too much money with you guys
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Wow.....now that is set up really nicely.
Im running a 6 inch lift as well but some days I wish I had gone 7 inch or 8 inch to run 37's cleanly. Im still getting pretty good gas milage with 35's and 6 inch though and that is nice.

I did have to do a little trimming so I had no rub at full turn in rough terrain.

You all did it right. Looks really nice.
Ill probably trim a little before we go test this system off road. Ive been known to be hard on the trucks off road. Soon we will have aftermarket bumpers, so clearance wont be an issue. Then we will do our 8 inch lift and 37s, those pics might cost you money...
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