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Conversation Between ROONEY and Duane
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    05-04-2010 04:40 PM - permalink
    hey man sorry for getting back to you so late. its been awhile Anyway my profile picture is just with a 6 inch fabtech by itself. and when i had that lift on there, my 35 inch tires did rub on the wheel-well on the side closest to the doors. i had to cut away about half an inch with a die-cutter. its fine now. my rims are 18" but im not sure the width. my tires are the nitto all terrain tires. the size is LT325/65R18. Now about the way my truck is currently:
    I have the 6" fabtech suspension lift. But now i put on a 3" leveling spacer in the front and i took the 2" blocks in the back that came with the fabtech lift and replaced them with a 3" block. Soo, the front has a 9" lift over all and the back has a 7" so my truck is star gazing a little bit. the only problem with getting the leveling spacer and bigger blocks is that you need to get steering stabilizers. luckily i went with the fabtech lift kit because the only steering stabilizers available are made to fit with the fabtech lift.
  2. Duane
    04-20-2010 09:51 AM - permalink
    Hey Rooney... got a couple of questions for you. First of all... you're truck looks NICE dude! I have a F150 2WD 2007 and am about to put it up on a Fabtech 6" lift. I came across yours on here and I noticed you have the same lift, wheels and tires that I am going with. My question is: What all is in your lift currently? Is it just the Fabtech 6", and that's it, or do you have add-a-leaf or blocks in addition to the Fabtech 6"? My other question is, if/when you first got the 6" Fabtech put on (with no additional lift other than that Fabtech), did you have any rubbing, or have to trim any?? I just need to know what I am in for to match your lift from all the pics I'm seeing in your album. Like the one on your profile for example... is that JUST the 6" Fabtech, or do you have additional blocks or add-a-leaf there? Thanks man!

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