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Old 05-22-2009, 10:51 AM
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I wanna lift.....

but not too much (couple inches) and inexpensive. Idea...be able to sport a bigger mudder and have a more aggressive look. Also, need a good place that can do it locally?
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From what I have read, you can put up to 33's without doing anything.

Cheap would be a 2 to 3" body lift.

Superlift Kit K358

2000-2007 Suspension Kit

Price $1,553.95
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FTE thread on the topic,,,, http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/58...lift-kits.html
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Actually when I did the original lift on the BII
I just put blocks in the rear and spring spacers in the front.
Now you do have to get the frontend aligned. I'm not fond
of bodylifts.
The spacers you can find on ebay cheap
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