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Hey everyone I'm new to the forum. I recently got a new 2000 F250 Super Duty 7.3 V8 Powerstroke 4x4. I'm planning to lift it high enough so I can run 40s. I was wondering if a 40x15.5x20 would clear a 10" lift? Does anyone have this setup? Thanks.
 

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Yes a 10" lift will clear 40" tires
 

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You have leafs in the front?
 

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I have a 10" lift for sale
Includes coils in the front
Leafs in the back
All the hardware
Stabilizers
And fox 2.0 all the way around
1200 obo came off my 2005 250
We upgraded to a 14" lift
 

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This is the 14" on 40"
 

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It is an 05' with 08' front end
 

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I don't think my lift will fit a 2000 but you can see the results anyway
I'm not sure what all brands are available for your rig but the 10" on 40"s was nice just make sure you get a quality kit it makes all the difference in ride and drive.
 

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I don't think my lift will fit a 2000 but you can see the results anyway
I'm not sure what all brands are available for your rig but the 10" on 40"s was nice just make sure you get a quality kit it makes all the difference in ride and drive.
Yea all I can find is the Superlift with the Bilstein shocks, thats about it. All the other brands cut off around 6". Superlift offers the 8.5 and 10. Thanks anyways that would have been perfect for me
 

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You can do a 6" on 37"s a lot easier to get in and out of. Just enough lift to get you in trouble lol
 

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You can do a 6" on 37"s a lot easier to get in and out of. Just enough lift to get you in trouble lol
Haha I'm in Michigan and they don't care about lift here. I think I would need 16" of lift have any problems, the bigger the better lol really looking into a 40
 

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Did you see the post on those 22" American force wheels that's a good deal
 

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Check this link out. This is what I ran back in Cali. They offer 10 and 14. Hope this helps
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Did you see the post on those 22" American force wheels that's a good deal
No I didn't, I was looking into 20s or even 18s. Thanks tho

Fabtech has a nice 10 inch that clears 40s nicely
I didn't see a lift for a 2000 F250

Check this link out. This is what I ran back in Cali. They offer 10 and 14. Hope this helps
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Sweet man thanks! Is that a good lift? Like quality and all. Superlift is about 2k vs that one for $2500. I'm lookin to run a 40x15.5x20 and it said Superlift max is a 40x14.5x20
 

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A 10in lift will clear 40s if your tires are skinny enough. I have a 4 link 8in with 2in spacers and im only running 38s and I rub the bumper and fender when full turn or less if hitting a bump. I also 15.5 wide tires. I losing the 2in spacers and replacing them with 3in. Hopefully that will be enough. And yes I have an 03 leaf spring truck converted to an 05 coil spring setup. Hopefully that answers your question
 

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A 10in lift will clear 40s if your tires are skinny enough. I have a 4 link 8in with 2in spacers and im only running 38s and I rub the bumper and fender when full turn or less if hitting a bump. I also 15.5 wide tires. I losing the 2in spacers and replacing them with 3in. Hopefully that will be enough. And yes I have an 03 leaf spring truck converted to an 05 coil spring setup. Hopefully that answers your question
Conversion setup sounds sweet! I am looking at 40x15.5x20 Nitto Trail Grappler MTs and am hoping a 20x12 with -44 offset rim will push it out and clear it. It recommends only up to a 14.5 tho but an extra inch with a nice offset and maybe some spacers (Good idea) will clear it. I'm wanting to do a 10" and if there's anything extra I can do to get maybe an inch or two more. Thanks, appreciate it
 
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