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Maine height laws

I'm moving to maine in june was looking for info on how high my I can raise my 85-F250. Also was wondering about exhaust do I have to run cats?Any help you guys(and Girls) can give me would be much appreciated.Really looking foward to my nice new garage sure am tired of rolling around on the ground. Update: I did find an answer to the height question(Should have looked a further down on the list,My Bad!). Still need info on exhaust and Does anyone know if I can get away with 36" rubber on 9.75" wheels up there?

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height:
http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statu...-asec1920.html

catalytic converter:
http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statu...-asec1751.html

tire and wheel:
http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statu...-asec1917.html
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