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Old 06-07-2011, 12:55 AM
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Lift Kit Pictures!

So im thinkin about putin a lift kit on my truck. Its a 1999 F250 Super Duty XLT. Right now im runnin 35x12.5 Pro Comps on stock suspension (except for overload springs on the rear). I wanna see if anyone else has good pictures of there truck with a lift on it. Im wantin to see what it looks like on my truck. Preferably pics of 1999-2007 trucks please! Appreciate it!
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2" Lift.. Not sure on the tires, replaced them since then.

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Here is my old 2000 with around 6" of lift and 35's on it.
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Here is my 2004 KR with 2-3" lift on it
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4" Icon lift with 35x12.50r18 tires.

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Pro Comp 6.5" lift with various tires I had on my 2000 over the years. I love my new truck but my 2000 was a blast to romp in!

When it had PJ Dirt Grips, 36x14.50's on it
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When it had Swamper SSR's 37x12.50 on it
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When it had Toyo M/T's 37x13.50 on it (it's on the wrecker for a broken sector shaft, lost steering!)
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nice looking trucks guys! i think im leaning towards a skyjacker or full-traction 4in lift
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Don't go cheap, you'll get a much better ride with the higher end lifts. My 4" Icon springs ride better than stock due to having more thin leaves (11 or 12 as opposed to 2 thick leaves in the oem springs).
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Here's some pics of 2011. Sorry not what your looking for,but I love my truck . Bought it used still trying to figure out what make a lift it is. Hoping some guys here might know. Front stabilizers say CST but checked and they only make a 4.5" lift. Pretty sure this is bigger with 37" tires. New to lifted trucks. utf-8BSU1HMDAzNTEuanBn.jpg picture by ninerM1000 - Photobucket
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Here's some pics of 2011. Sorry not what your looking for,but I love my truck . Bought it used still trying to figure out what make a lift it is. Hoping some guys here might know. Front stabilizers say CST but checked and they only make a 4.5" lift. Pretty sure this is bigger with 37" tires. New to lifted trucks. utf-8BSU1HMDAzNTEuanBn.jpg picture by ninerM1000 - Photobucket
Looking at that picture, 4.5" sounds about right. The 2011's are huge to begin with!
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Looking at that picture, 4.5" sounds about right. The 2011's are huge to begin with!
I agree, '08+ trucks have larger front fender openings and you can fit a narrow 37" tire with just a leveling kit. Looks like a healthy 4.5" lift to me, some sit higher and others sit lower.
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Don't go cheap, you'll get a much better ride with the higher end lifts. My 4" Icon springs ride better than stock due to having more thin leaves (11 or 12 as opposed to 2 thick leaves in the oem springs).
I have overload springs on the rear that set the truck off-level (its 2in higher in the back). What i really need is new front springs, and either blocks or add-a-leafs for the overload springs in the back. Or i could just get new rear springs and not worry about the blocks or leafs

The problem is that i dont want to spend $1800 on a skyjacker lift, and my dad (who has worked at a car dealership for 25+ yrs) was told by his parts and accesories guy that full traction and skyjacker are both good brands. Not to mention, i dont want over $1500 in this truck before i decide i want another truck.

I also dont like the price tag of icon lifts like yours, but you got a slick looking truck, thats for sure!
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4" Icon lift with 35x12.50r18 tires.

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I'm liking that ICON 4" lift...

How do you think it would look on my truck, I'm running 305/70/16 now (translates to 32.8") Do you think my tires would look too small?
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Yeah, I think they would look a little small. With my bumper I could shove 37s in there.
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Yeah, I think they would look a little small. With my bumper I could shove 37s in there.
Thats a shame.. these tires have about 3000 miles on them..
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Well, in retrospect, I would rather do just a leveling kit and smaller tires to get better highway mileage.
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