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Conversation Between shawn9106 and UnleashedFord
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  1. UnleashedFord
    12-17-2010 03:35 AM - permalink
    also depends on what tire setup you have on the rig
  2. shawn9106
    12-17-2010 03:27 AM - permalink
    i saw a 4wd f150 lifted with a 6 inch fabtech lift and the front wheel well only measured 43 and the rear 44... I mean 2wd pro comp lift 45 up front ,, there was also a 2wd fabtech basic the front measured 42 and the rear had a 5'' block and was just 44 .. That sound small to me
  3. UnleashedFord
    12-17-2010 01:18 AM - permalink
    for the back you can either do a ADD A LEAF or short leaf shackle
  4. shawn9106
    12-16-2010 04:09 PM - permalink
    Im looking at a basic pro comp . on 4wheelparts they are around 1350 after a mail in rebate . Ive been looking at a bunch of them and it seems like they put you up a inch or so up more then a fabtech . What could i get to help the rear in case its bull dogged ?
  5. UnleashedFord
    12-16-2010 03:00 PM - permalink
    my lift originally was 45in to. then i lifted it more so it because 48....then now i lowered it to about 46 lol

    but i will always take procomp over fabtech anyway
  6. shawn9106
    12-16-2010 08:28 AM - permalink
    There are people that have pro comp stage 1 lift kits and they said its 45 inches from the ground to the front wheel well.. that sounds like more lift then just a fabtech
  7. UnleashedFord
    12-15-2010 10:07 PM - permalink
    actually i crancked my coil over overs down a lot and put a 2in spacer to get a smoother ride
  8. shawn9106
    12-15-2010 10:40 AM - permalink
    do you have your coil overs cranked up
  9. UnleashedFord
    12-15-2010 12:50 AM - permalink
    about 45 1/2in
  10. shawn9106
    12-15-2010 12:21 AM - permalink
    How many inches is it from the ground to top of the front wheel well

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