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  1. mr7confused
    03-28-2012 12:40 PM - permalink
    Ha small town eh? I love small towns. Im from a town population 87k... Too many fff people.
    Ha yeah it probably wouldn't be that risky, just dont get into an accident or anything. Ahh I want a bedliner... And thankfully I have no rust whatsoever
  2. mr7confused
    03-28-2012 01:25 AM - permalink
    Ive been considering doing that, due to gas. But it would cost more anyways for registration and all that. I've also wanted to find an extended cab short bed (same as mine) but f250 or f350, with a 460 or 7.3, and swap my truck's body onto it hahaha lots of work, but I love my truck. I just wish I could tow and haul anything no question.
  3. mr7confused
    03-28-2012 12:55 AM - permalink
    Definitely man haha I need to get rid of them.
    That's what I am going for. A 2" rear lift and 4" front. It would level them, but I'd be weary of stacking too many things in there...
    The f250 leaves in rear sit 2" higher than stock leaves so I actually removed my stock 4x4 bumpstop thing, and it sits the same height as stock. That's always a cool way to lift the rear.

    I'd recommend just buying a lift if you want to raise the rear AND level it. Cheapest one I found was about $530 or so on ebay. Comes with EVERYTHING you need and that includes shipping ($470 or so for the parts, and something else for shipping) Way cheaper than anywhere else.

    What year is your truck, anyways? and 2x4 or 4x4?
  4. mr7confused
    03-28-2012 12:32 AM - permalink
    Well I bought 2" level blocks, and 2" axle pivot drop brackets (I recommend brackets, they help alignment a lot, as well as the general strain on things) but you dont have to get them. Also, make sure you get an alignment shortly after leveling it.
    The install, was cake. I'm confident enough doing that and the rear (rear has f250 leaves) that I'm going to install my lift, myself. or, with help to get it done quicker but I'm not going to have a shop do it.

    Brackets were about $140, blocks were $55 on ebay.

    I also recently bought F250 front coils, planning to stack all that up to lift my truck. But I'm going to buy a 4" lift kit instead. Ergo, I'm going to sell all my current suspension equipment. (enough to lift two trucks, 2")
  5. |WYG|SS
    06-15-2011 12:59 AM - permalink
    their was a place just up the road from the pipeline that was a park where you could atv and offroad and camp and stuff but the DNR shut the truck offroading part down in 09 beacue of contamination from trucks
  6. |WYG|SS
    06-15-2011 12:58 AM - permalink
    not really, it is in the nicolet national forest, just a trail that follows a gas pipeline they put in a long time a go. it has its shallow and some deep mud holes, usually around memorial and labor day it is packed with people that put on a good show.

    here are a couple vids sry some are bad quality.
  7. |WYG|SS
    06-10-2011 10:56 AM - permalink
    just wondering do you konw any good places to go Mudding with trucks up in that area? my friends and i have been to the Pipeline near Crivitz but we want to try something new.
  8. aguynamedmike
    04-27-2011 02:46 AM - permalink
    im not
  9. |WYG|SS
    03-31-2011 09:23 PM - permalink
    he just wondering where in wi are you at?
  10. 2000MTZ
    03-05-2011 04:20 PM - permalink
    Hey did you ever get rid of that engine tick?

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