Super Duty & Heavy Duty1999 to current Ford F250, F350, F450 and F550 Super Duty with diesel V8 and gas V8 and V10 engines
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Looking for some pics of 250's lowered with aftermarket wheels on them I have searched but only come up with 3 or 4 of the trucks. Looking for more ideas, please no bashing I understand how some people feel about lowering these trucks. Thanks in advance, Grant...
Well, when they lower it I think they should have to remove from the grille, and everywhere else, the "Super" and change "Duty" to "Doodie" or something like that To each their own, and I'm sure there are plenty that could snicker at my truck for whatever reason.
2005 F250 V10, CC, SB, 4x4, 4.30 axle ratio
1994 Exploder XLT, 4x4, auto trans and Pioneer cd player
My F550 is lowered about an inch, in front, thanks to a 425# counterweight behind the spoiler. And raised about an inch in the back due to 2 extra leaves on each rear spring It would be hard to lower it any further, due to the 4X4 front axle. I need to get in parking garages, because it is a tow truck. It is 6' 10" tall at the light bar, so I limit the truck to 7' garages. I thought about putting a front air ride so I can dump it to the stops when in a garage. Right now it is only about 1" off the stops. When you lift something it goes higher. I needed this truck to be as versatile as possible! This is how it sits now:
Wow, I thought there would be more people in to it. I'm not talking about bagging or body dropping the truck, just simply putting 3 inches in the back (to level it out) and adding a set of 22's. Any body have any recommendations on what back spaceing to run.
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