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lift for 44\" tires..

now I have a 85' F350 so was thinking going with a 12" lift with 40" tires... but not sure that will make me happy [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] so thinking going with the 44" so what is the minimum for 44" tires. Was thinking like 17" lift would work? Also finally got the pic of the 93' bronco on my web page with the 6" superlift and 35" tires...

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Re: lift for 44\" tires..

I can't really help with the lift, but it's nothin' a little fender trimin' wouldn't fix! Hey you live in sun valley, that's where I lived before I moved to Carson. We should all get together and go on a run sometime.
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Re: lift for 44\" tires..

It's great to see you here again man!
Todd is looking to make a badass street truck out of his F350. I don't know if Fender Trimming is even an option. If It is I would go and buy some of those Expensive Bushwhacker Flares. I've noticed those on alot of the fancy trucks in the magazines. Have you considered putting a body lift on it as well? Take Care Todd. I hope to hear from and see you soon. NORM
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Re: lift for 44\" tires..

12" plus trimming should work
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Re: lift for 44\" tires..

cool,

Bignorm is from carson also we aught to get a few of us together for a run...

Norm- Im having probs with your email address came back with an error did you change it?

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Re: lift for 44\" tires..

I know a guy who took another frame from the same type of vehicle and welded spacers between the 2 frame an thatmade room for the lift with no suspension lift talk about a serious body lift though I think it was lift 6 in spacers betweent the 2 frames plus the heght of the second frame I think it was like a total of 12 or 14 in body lift. looked pretty cool with I still had pictures of it.
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