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“New” 2010 F150


Old 11-14-2017, 05:52 PM
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“New” 2010 F150

hello all. My 01 recently got totaled and i purchased a clean 145000 mile 2010 screw 5.4 4x4 6 speed auto with 5.5’ bed and 3.31 (axle 27). My 01 was supercab 4.6 with 3.55 6” fabtech on 35s and nearly had 250000 miles until it got totaled. A little slow but drove great. Just did plugs, coolant flush, tranny flush, oil change. Everything looked good.

currently researching 6” kits to get the same stance as my previous. It looks like majority of people get skyjacker or BDS. If you want 20” rims with leafs then Sjacker. I want a kit that has near stock geometry so it still drives good as it’s my daily driver. I know it will be a bit slow off the line but i don’t race the truck and drive nice and slow anyway. 99% daily driver with majority highways. Maybe a rare beach trip. I am potentially getting orders to move to Maine so i feel like I’ll need the extra rubber for traction.

does bds keep close to stock geometry?
other than size any pro and cons for 18 vs 20?
with 3.31 i will stick with 35s. Can the ridge grappler 35x13.5x18 fit with 6”?
what is a good backspace? I like to have an inch or two stick out of fender for a wider stance.
recommendation on tuner for Speedo and performance? Had previous superchip on 01
will do cat back exhaust after lift.
anything i should look for or recommendations?

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