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Old 04-04-2009, 01:33 PM
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Welcome to our newest member. Lives in Abbotsford and drives a 99 F350. Welcome to theBC Chapter and good choice of trucks.
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thanks guys! actually right now I am driving the mustang LOL 4cyl POS but eh its cheap on gas, working a deal on an explorer as well. the 350 is our shops truck, true 4x4 style it runs 14" suspension lift and 40" tires. If the explorer deal goes through today it should be getting an 8" and 37's ASAP.

Anyways thanks for the welcome hope to meet you guys soon.

also I have no idea what i am supposed to post here so ill give ya the low down, 25 years old i live in Abby now and I am a fabricator at a Custom Suspension shop so yeah thats me and what i do
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Old 04-05-2009, 09:48 AM
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will a explorer clear 37"s with 8"s of lift ?

those trucks run awfuly small tires to start with..

post pics thou.. should be a nice mini-monster when its done...
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well it will be enough lift to clear either 35's or 17's i was hoping to get away with 8" but since i work at a shop that builds custom lifts kits it makes it easy to mess around a bit, I was thinking I could go 8" on the leafs alone then add 2" with the shackles and hangers. Ill be sure to post pics just trying to get the truck right now, the f350 is such a beast to drive LOL and the shop wants to sell it and start something new
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