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Old 02-08-2014, 09:30 PM
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Had a snow/work weekend and have a bunch of pictures if anyone is interested.

Here are a couple albums and individual pictures. Enjoy!

Rear Lift - Imgur
Snow Wheeling - Imgur
Front lift - Imgur
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Thats cool. I love your truck. Perfect 4x4 stance and nailed the wheel and tire combo.
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Very cool... the ol' girl has come a long way.

Nice job on the panoramic pic.... that's what it's all about.
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Thanks guys! Its been hard work but the lift has made her look so much better. Thanks again for the Rocky Mountain Suspension advice HIO, they were super helpful. How did you lift the rear of your F100, custom springs? Right now I have an add-a-leaf and a block, but custom springs is next on my list (or maybe switch to F250 springs and hangers).
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Thanks guys! Its been hard work but the lift has made her look so much better. Thanks again for the Rocky Mountain Suspension advice HIO, they were super helpful. How did you lift the rear of your F100, custom springs? Right now I have an add-a-leaf and a block, but custom springs is next on my list (or maybe switch to F250 springs and hangers).
You're welcome. 'Glad Marge's boys could help you achieve your vision.

My rig is just a trail runner with very few rocks. I kept it simple with an add-a-leaf and block.
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Always like seeing our trucks in action. Especially when it's off roading. What kind of amount of lift did you go with? Truck looks good new wheels and tires are always a eye catcher.
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Always like seeing our trucks in action. Especially when it's off roading. What kind of amount of lift did you go with? Truck looks good new wheels and tires are always a eye catcher.

Currently 4 inches in the front and an add-a-leaf in the back. Waiting on a new brake line to install blocks too.
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Darn Websense blocking the pics from me. Wish I coulda seen 'em. I am more the lifted type a guy rather than the lowered way. Just my O.
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Here are a couple albums and individual pictures. Enjoy!

Rear Lift - Imgur
Snow Wheeling - Imgur
Front lift - Imgur
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Hell yah, That pickup is sick
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