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Old 09-19-2010, 01:23 PM
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This is a great thread...thanks for all the good info everyone
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Just came across this looking for tire size, lift height info for my 66 F250

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Thats way off.... I had 35's on my truck stock, i cut the front eventually to keep from hitting them when i jumped, and i have just recently added 4" up front and im running 38's and have plenty of room and would be fine even with out the cut out fronts
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I'm looking to install 35s and was wondering if I had to lift it at all. Is that chart really that bad?
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Its better than some ive seen
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I have updated the link we have for it in this thread - the page you have is better than the one I had originally linked.
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Its not in metric dimensions so what do you know Fredrian?
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I'm looking to install 35s and was wondering if I had to lift it at all. Is that chart really that bad?
with the truck you have you will need to, to keep from hacking the fenders like mentioned in the other thread those early years fenders where a weird shape
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Much appreciated Larry...
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Its not in metric dimensions so what do you know Fredrian?
I know 3/4 of a metric eff all
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