How easy is it to remove/reduce a significant lift?

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  1. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Full Access Member

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    Good call. Find a truck that's closer to what you actually want instead.
     
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    Roush PSD Interceptor Straight Piped Diesel Staff Member

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    I've found my 235/70/15 on the Ranger XLT parts getter cost more than the same size
    16 inch tires in several different brands.
    So look for one that already has 16's on it.

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  3. M116Fullbore

    M116Fullbore Junior Member

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    Huh, most of the ones I am looking at end up being about 80-100 bucks more expensive per tire when you keep roughly the same dimensions but go to a 16" rim instead of a 15.

    I dont mind eventually getting other rims, but having to do so immediately due to bald tires and no availability was definitaly not something I was interested in. That plus removing half the lift was a bit much to do right off the hop.

    Currently looking at a blue f150 1995 extended cab shortbox with 240km on a 302 5 speed for a thousand bucks less, old retired guy's disability cant use the manual anymore. Might be a better place to start.
     
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    Bought it! see if i can post pics soon.
     
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