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Discussion in 'Lifted' started by iFX4, May 13, 2011.

  1. 97madness

    97madness Full Access Member

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    If you wanted the 4" rancho. i would honestly just do a body lift. it will give you pretty much the same amount of clearence, for alot less.
     
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    yea but the problem with the body lift are those ugly aluminum blocks. :doublepuke:
     
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    Make yourself some gap guards then. its still a lot cheaper compared to getting that extra inch.
     
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    what like diamond plate
     
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    from what i've seen a few people use, was some thick rubber to fill them in. is what i would use. Just make a template, cut it out. And secure it in. But you could use anything i would imagine
     
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    wouldn't that make it a ****ter ride
     
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    i honestly dont see how, you're not touching the suspension. some might say it does but idk
     
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    hmm ok i will look into it thanks bro
     
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    X's 2 the ride stays the same as stock. your not touching anything with the suspension. I am rocking one on my truck and love it. you can also buy the gap guards but you could make them for alot cheaper.
     
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    Auburnfan400 Longbed done right!

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    I test drove a '05 F-150 last year i was lookin at buyin with the 4" Rancho lift and it looked real good. As in the lift did, and it drove amazing. Had 35" procomp a/t's and procomp rims. But anyway, i can vouch that if you put it on right it'd be a good quality lift. We spent half a day with it at our shop inspecting it and looking it over and it was pretty nice. Shoulda bought it :Grenade:
     

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