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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-12-2011, 04:54 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking for some pictures of 00-04 Superduties with a front 4" spring lift. I need to get some ideas for a buddy cause he is wanting to lift his and put on 35's. Not wanting a hanger lift because I have been told that leaf packs would be better offroad. Was also considering a 5" or 6" but that might be too much for 315/75r16 on stock wheels and would probably have to get extended brake lines. Lets see what everyone has.
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Here is my old 03 Which started out with a Fabtech 5.5" kit, then went to 6" Deaver fronts and 35s


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Re: Pics of 4" Leafspring lift

I have Rough Country 4" lift springs on the front of mine. They were really reasonably priced and seem to be holding up really well.

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Re: Pics of 4" Leafspring lift

I'll take a 4.5" hanger kit any day on or off road over any 4" leaf spring

You don't need extended brake lines but if wanted we have 5 line kits.

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Here is my old 03 Which started out with a Fabtech 5.5" kit, then went to 6" Deaver fronts and 35s

That looks good. He was kinda worried that 315/75r16 would not fill the wheelwells enough.

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I have Rough Country 4" lift springs on the front of mine. They were really reasonably priced and seem to be holding up really well.
Do you have a side picture of the truck?

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I'll take a 4.5" hanger kit any day on or off road over any 4" leaf spring.
He is worried about how well the springs will hold up in the long run. The truck will see a lot of offroad from rutted washed out roads. Multi leaf has got to be better than just the two. Not even sure what code springs he has but they should be in very good shape as he just got the truck from his granddad a few months ago and he only used it to pull his trailer. Only 70,000 miles on it. Could he go all the way to a 6" without needing brakelines?
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4" and 37's...








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4" BDS lift kit with 35's

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4'' and 37s

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4'' and 37s

Your lying... It cant be done... It must be a 6" lift...

I get that all the time...

Damn your truck looks familiar...

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Are those the factory wheels? They look like what is on my buddies truck.
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