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Old 08-14-2016, 05:08 PM
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Got a new lift for my baby. Had the Readylift 7" lift kit installed!! I absolutely love how everything looks!!






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Old 08-14-2016, 06:05 PM
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Looks absolutely gorgeous.
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Looks great! That blue looks really good in the sun, too!
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"WOW" your truck looks nice. one tough F150!!
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this might be a dumb question... but does a lift (either 3" or 7") affect your speedo/milage from being off or mess with anything like that?

i know tire size would.

and second part, how do you fix it?
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no justin it won't.

and OP why'd you change lifts? Was the 3" causing problems?
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no justin it won't.

and OP why'd you change lifts? Was the 3" causing problems?
No issues with the 3.5" lift. Readylift offered to give me a 7" lift because they wanted to test fit their kit from a new manufacturer. I said....hell yeah!!
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Looks good! I put my 7" Readylift on at the end of Feb. I think it's the best lift!
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No issues with the 3.5" lift. Readylift offered to give me a 7" lift because they wanted to test fit their kit from a new manufacturer. I said....hell yeah!!
The truck looks great! I'm a little disappointed you changed from the 3.5" because I wanted to hear how that one did over a year+ time.
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I also have the 7" lift on the 2018, dont think its different, but do you find the steering to be a bit stiff? Like the u-joints are binding ever so slightly?
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