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Old 08-12-2011, 12:04 AM
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Only recent pic I have handy as it sits now. 4" lift, springs up front, shackle flip in rear with Sky hangers.driveline is 460/ZF5/NP208, though I have a BW1356 and NP205, not sure which one I'll use. Sits on 35"x12.5" BFG MT.

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Love the extended cab! Very nice looking truck.
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Wow. My final project on my truck after I work all the bugs out of her is to give her about a 3" lift and throw some bigger tires under there. Seeing these pictures is making me want to do it NOW lol. Geat pics man, keep em coming
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Old 08-17-2011, 03:57 PM
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Has anybody lifted there's just by putting in some more leaf springs? I saw a nice 100 at my gas station and the ole boy just said he had 5 leaf springs on it to my 4.
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Has anybody lifted there's just by putting in some more leaf springs? I saw a nice 100 at my gas station and the ole boy just said he had 5 leaf springs on it to my 4.
A lot of people do. Buddy of mine has 11 leafs on the rear of his and 5 or 6 in the front. Gave it a few inches and a 3" body lift so ended up with enough room to clear 40's
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Old 08-17-2011, 10:44 PM
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Here is mine without the engine, next to a 4 inch lifted super duty.



Engine is back in now, but still some things to clean up and sort out, but the truck didn't squat much so it should be pretty close
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1986 F-250

This is my baby SIZE MATTERS I have built it some way but will tear down and build it right It is a FACTORY camper special with 4 leafs to a pack in the front with overloads in the rear with the 10.25 rearend i bought it for $1,000. more upgrades on the way let me know what to do and what yall think
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Diesel317... looks nice, I wish I could find a nice body around here for my F100
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Old 08-25-2011, 05:10 PM
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Hi all,
Everybody else's thread has this, maybe I haven't searched deep into the archives. My 80 has not sold, or brought the price I wanted. So now it's back to working on it.
Let's see some lifted 80's trucks. I wanna do a six or eight. Don't wanna go down the road of body lifting but I won't discourage lift pictures that include that. I figured a 6 and a 3 inch would look pretty decent.

Lets just do specs like Lift, tire size, etc.
I recall seeing a black 80-86 truck that the steering components were painted yellow!? Had some wet dreams about that one. Maybe someone on here owns it!?

Well anyways lets see some PICTURES!!!!

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Check my "Garage" page for some pics of a 1982 F250 with 6" suspension and 38.5 Interco's...
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All factory 1986 F-350 460 4speed granny low with 36x12.50x16.5 milatary tires.But i dont know what the factory lift on these were.If any.


I have truck envy

I would love to find an 80s CC SRW....i have searched and searched w/no luck

you have an AWESOME truck sir!
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Old 10-04-2011, 05:57 PM
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Hey guys, here is a video of mine now with the engine in.

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and just a picture of it.
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Josiah that truck is looking amazing. i have basically the same truck and planning on doing the same lift but with 33s. only thing I'm debating right now is paint.i think ill keep the brown but i want to rhino line along the body line, any suggestions?
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:44 AM
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I want to rhino line below the lower body line myself, but I want to wait til I get all the little rust I have left over taken care of, and then have the truck painted before I do it. Sadly, I don't know when I will be able to get to that. $500 a month on school loans doesn't make it easy to do much on my truck. The 33's will look great with the lift. I bought my tires before the lift and have LOTS of tread left. The 32's were significantly cheaper when I bought them. Looking forward to seeing your truck done!
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My truck is in the shop getting new ball joints and a few engine mods, mad ignition, new exhaust. Got a new set if 15s and some new bfg 35x11.5s to compliment the ten inch lift, ladder bars, and fuel cell In the bed. Trying to decide if I want to do an exo roll cage or do it inside also building some tubular doors to throw insuring the nice weather. Also if anyone is doing wheels on a budgr
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My truck is in the shop getting new ball joints and a few engine mods, mad ignition, new exhaust. Got a new set if 15s and some new bfg 35x11.5s to compliment the ten inch lift, ladder bars, and fuel cell In the bed. Trying to decide if I want to do an exo roll cage or do it inside also building some tubular doors to throw insuring the nice weather. Also if anyone is doing wheels on a budgr
If Ur wanting to do wheels on a budget my suggestion is to do what I did and get some dirt track racing time the go for like 50-60 a piece most places. I got some black w/ purple time attack Li.es on em for 250 for the set including shipping. Just an idea for .those of us on budgets lol. I'll post pics as soon as I get the truck back to my house as the.shop is an your away..
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