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  • About chris8001
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    Truck: 2003 Ford F150 XLT 4X4 SuperCrew
    Mods: Edge Evolution, K&N Air Intake, Spray in Liner, CAP.
    Tires: GoodYear MT/R Kevlars 285/75R16.


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  • Last Activity: 01-12-2011 06:05 PM
  • Join Date: 01-14-2009

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  1. 07-24-2009 02:33 PM
    I had these Pro Comp, use the link to see them. They looked good when they were clean

  2. 07-23-2009 07:27 PM
    I just realized I typed the wrong number in my tire size, they were 315 75 r16's, not 305's
  3. 07-05-2009 04:00 PM
    the tires are gonna be slightly difficult to find im sure. you can also look for a 34x11x16 or 34x10.5x16. Id go to 4wheelparts.com and go to the tires it will ask you for a size just type in what size you want and it will show all the tires in that size. id looke for a 295/75/16 if nothing comes up check the standard sizes i listed above. If those dont come up with something you like then go to a different metric size that wandell posted.

    and yes all these tires will fit on the stock 16" wheel. which is 7.5" wide i believe. you dont want to go much wider than 12.5" on stock wheels.
  4. 06-29-2009 12:32 PM
    I probably trimmed 3 inches off the front of the frame rails. Just make sure you cut in front of the holes where the towhooks attatch. The PA instructions tell you to trim the front of the frame rails for clearance anyway so they don't interfer with the bumpers when you raise them with the supplied brackets.
  5. 06-28-2009 10:20 PM
    Yes, I installed the PA body lift and the gap guards. Up front, I used GM towhooks. I trimmed the ends of the frame off directly in front of the where the towhooks mount. I then used my OEM hardware to install towhooks frome an 88-98 GM 1500 4x4 inside the frame rails. They line up almost perfectly with the holes in the bumpers lower valance with a body lift. Also, the steering column was one of the easier parts of the installation. PA includes an extension that bolts onto the shaft under the dash.

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