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  • About brirhochistone
    Year
    2006
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150
    Body
    Supercrew
    Trim
    Lariat
    Location
    Hamburg, NY
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  • Last Activity: 10-31-2014 11:49 AM
  • Join Date: 11-21-2008

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  1. PawPaw
    04-01-2011 09:21 PM
    1/4" would be the max I would go, stock wheel stud's may be long enough. Sorry late getting back, I've been in Las Vegas all week!
  2. PawPaw
    03-25-2011 07:36 PM
    It's kind of tight, about an index finger width from the tire to the upper control arm. Had a slight rub backing up an incline when making a hard turn but nothing bad. I'm at stock height too, waiting to level it out and that may give a little more clearance. I think sticking to a 12 inch wide tire or less is maybe the best on these wheels. Any aggressive side lugs may make it worse then my AT's also. Wheel spacer's would be a last resort option. Any other questions feel free to ask. Don
  3. 03-24-2011 08:03 PM
    I get a little rub on the upper control arm at full lock. I also installed a set of 1/4" wheel spacers to move the tire out a little and that minimized the rub so now its almost non existant. Don't go anymore than 1/4" or you will need longer wheel studs.
  4. 01-29-2010 09:55 PM
    i just had them on because i had them sent to my cousins place in buffalo and had to smuggle them over the border so i wouldnt have to pay duty lol....so i dont use them in the winter
  5. 11-29-2009 07:17 PM
    111
  6. 11-23-2009 11:10 PM
    My add-a-leaf fits fine, and hasn't given me any problems. I'm not sure what they came with. I bought them from a shop and they did the installation. A good shop will do what it takes to make it work, so that you don't have problems.
  7. Nemisus
    11-21-2009 11:25 AM
    Your very welcome and I'm glad I could help! How do you like the the results? I love mine and can't even tell I have them! Makes the truck sit perfectly too!

    Cheers friend

    Nem
  8. Nemisus
    11-20-2009 12:12 AM
    According to Procomp there is only one way to do the install..... It just depends on which spring pack you have! I'd be willing to bet your going to have the same leaf packs I do, so you'll end with the same results! Procomps saids its correct... just doesn't look it per thier install instructions! Hope this helps! Sorry for the delay

    Cheers

    Nem
  9. 11-17-2009 06:21 PM
    Thanks. I like the mods you've done to your truck. Big difference that AS makes eh?
  10. 11-08-2009 12:28 PM
    thanks. i spent a lot of time on here before making my decisions and then finally pulled the trigger. i never figured i would actually lift this truck but i am sure glad i did

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