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Old 12-14-2013, 10:12 AM
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Lifting a Harley

Thinking of possibly changing the looks to my '12 Harley AWD. Anyone put a leveling kit or 3-4" lift on one?

Going to be needing tires soon enough and would like to go with a more agressive mud tire. Any help with sizes (width and height) would be appreciated. I like my 22's rims, so would stay with them...but with the cost of 22 in mudders, might be cheaper to go with an 18" package.

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No pics but my realtor has a leveled hd 150 with more aggressive tires and his looks good.
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At my last job we lifted a 2013 HD F150 right before I left. I cannot remember if it was the 4" or 6" but it was a BDS Lift. The customer was very happy with it.
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I have seen a couple, they look good. I would stick with just a leveling kit & keep the 22's. Otherwise, why have a Harley? I have a 2011, Ingot Silver, I did remove the cheap stickers that were on it. If you do lift it, post some pics
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At my last job we lifted a 2013 HD F150 right before I left. I cannot remember if it was the 4" or 6" but it was a BDS Lift. The customer was very happy with it.
Must have been a 2012, that was the last year a Harley Edition F 150 was made.
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