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Old 12-01-1999, 06:46 PM
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Thumbs up Big 4x4 F150, it's real nice!

I saw this truck yesterday on a used car lot, so I went and got my digital camera today and took some pics. I think it looks pretty cool, and I'd love to have that lift on my truck. The truck is a 99 F150 Lariat with the 5.4. They are askin $27,500 for it, which maybe a bit too much. It's got a Superlift suspension (I guess it's 6", with a home made rear end, and don't think they did a good job on the instalation). Here are some pics, there's a lot but I figure it's ok, since it's my topic, and since it's pics of a cool F150 4x4.

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Old 12-01-1999, 06:53 PM
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Look how the truck towers over that other F150.
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I think the front end needs alighning.
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AGreed with the alignment! I don't like the site of the lifting blocks though...27500 is WAY too much, get a truck trader mag, and get it cheaper.
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Yep, you are right Pastmaster. I wasn't think about getting it or anything, cause I think my truck is nicer, I just wanted to stick the pics on here to see what the 4x4 guys say.
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argh! Can't delete the double post!

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Nice looking truck but I think it has some front-end issues! I agree with Pastmaster, I would forego the extra few inches and dump the body lift! I have never liked the way they look. The frame rail under the door and the daylight under the bed looks cheesy IMHO.

Functionally, Mudder your truck beats this one hands down - it looks pretty awesome too! If you didn't drive it everyday you could get away with a monster lift (then how much fun would it be anyway.)

Stick with what ya got!

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Old 12-01-1999, 09:31 PM
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by any chance did the dealer install the lift? No One in there right mind would try to sell a truck with the tires looking thata way. I like its wheel/tire combo, but I like bullethole rims, and the good ole BFG mudders better. Musta got a deal, Tis looks like they got a little cheap on the project
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We're those 35's or 33's ? Just curious.

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