I am going to let it settle and then once it does I will get blocks that will make it sit a little more like the stock rake. It should come down a bit in the front over time. If $$$$ were no object I would have spent more on the tires.....But they arent cheap. I have put alot of $ into her over the last 4 months. All in due time.
I beat the hell out of a Rough Country lift on my old TJ.. I am curious to know how it rides. I would have no issue buying another one of their products! Looks good! I really need to find me those wheels!
it looks awesome, dont take off the factory wheels their the best lookin wheels. I went out of my way to get the factory alcoa stile ones for my F150. And good idea painting the underside, i did the same before winter but i used rustoleum, and sent it threw a cheap harbor freight gun i run with my compressor.
1996 F250 7.3 4X4 RC-LB F-350 front axle
Thanks, I'm not sure about tinting the windows(have thought about it)...You can get a ticket for that here. My old room mate got like 3. Yes the blocks are stacked right now cause that is what comes with the kit. I am planning on putting in 1 block once it settles so I know what size I want.
Cool. Thanks. I picked up the ones that are on it for $100 and they have actually a good amount of tread on them. That was a deal I couldnt pass up. The way I drive the truck I think they will last a while.
my thoughts , get the 4 inch rearched leafs and get rid of the rear blocks altogther. otherwise, yes it looks great! great job!
frame painting, i had used the rustoleum dirty metal primer and black paint, lasted barley a year , i am trying this time the eastwoods rust encapsulator with the rustoleum paint.
i hate the underside being all nasty!
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1969 cougar , 347 efi resto mod project!
1964 galaxie 352 fe -currently undergoing restification!!!
1996 f150 ,351 supercab , 4" lifted, hot rodded,monster tow truck !
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