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But seriously, that pic was taken after I did a shackle flip on the rear. I'm testing out the flex by lifting up the rear with a forklift. Your supposed to check max flex by lifting untill the same side front tire comes off of the ground. I Could have went higher but I chickened out .
__________________ Lee - Chapter Leader - North Dakota
thanks man your 4x4 is pretty sweet to. when i first got it my original plans were to lift it, but i started racing it and decided to go for a street truck. i also have some 20'' rims for my truck but i havent tooken pics with them on. maybe ill take some and post them up later.
Hey, everyone. Bismarck, ND member here. Had an '86 F-150 years ago (which I wish I would have kept). Just picked up a '95 F-150 XLT w/EFI351, auto trans, and four wheel drive. Was my grandpa's. 89K miles. -- Justin
-Justin, Owner of a 1995 Ford F-150 XLT, 4x4, 5.8L EFI351, E4OD trans, ext. cab, short box.
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