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    2005 f-150 supercrew 4x4, 2.5 leveling kit, 6000k HID headlights, bullbar, door handles, toolbox, no muffler with 5 inch tips.


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  • Last Activity: 12-17-2013 07:14 PM
  • Join Date: 01-10-2010


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  1. 06-06-2011 03:06 PM
    I live in Tuscaloosa an go to Bama
  2. 04-02-2011 07:13 PM
    Hi there! The following is a list of my mods for my 2008 Ford F150 XLT Crewcab 4X4:

    2.5" Daystar Leveling System, 33-inch BFG All Terrain KOs (LT305/65R18/E at 32.7 inches tall) mounted on 18-inch Eagle Series 197 Wheels (-11 mm Offset and 4.5 inches BS), Aftermarket Flares (from ebay vendor), Edge Evolution Programmer, Flowmaster SS Dual Exit Exhaust, K&N Cold Air Intake, Randy Ellis Light Bar (go to www.randyellisdesign.com) with (4) PIAA Lights (inner 6-inch lights are PIAA 520 SMR Series Superwhite Offroad and the outer 5-inchers are PIAA 540 Series Superwhite Driving lights) , Roush Grille (http://store.roushperformance.com/detail.aspx?ID=596), Factory Chrome Sidesteps, Bedliner, Window Visors, and Full 20% Tinted Windows.

    I don't think the 35s will fit with the wheel combo because my 33s would rub a full lock (like turning while backing up). You might stuff the 35s with a smaller offset wheel and/or a lot more trimming.

    Hope that helps some.

    Paul (aka Desert Dawg)
  3. 12-08-2010 07:14 AM
    I really like the duratracs, one of the best tires Ive ran so far. They perform extremly well across the board. They act just like a mud tire but without the hum on the roads and are very good in winter conditions. Ive been very impressed with them and will more than likely buy them again. The only down side is that they are a heavier tire, 18 pounds each for mine, because they are made to be a work tire. For me they are great because im always back in the bush and dirt roads.
    I think we will allways wish we went bigger haha but for the lift I have now, the 295 (33) tire is good size, so I can flex without rubbing
  4. 10-04-2010 08:16 AM
    Yes, I'm running 1/4 wheel spacers on all four wheels. No new studs or anything needed.
    I'm also running a 2.5 inch level up front and 3 inch block in the rear.

    I don't think they would clear without at least a 2.5 level up front.

    Didn't really effect my MPG or performance...
  5. 09-25-2010 01:39 PM
    Iv been trying to find a truck with a leveling kit and 33x12.50 toyos on stock wheels. Looks good. did they hurt your mpg or performance any?
  6. 09-25-2010 01:27 PM

    They are 33's, the sidewall spec is: 33x12.50R18 LT
  7. 08-26-2010 05:31 PM
    I'm using 1/4" spacers front and rear and have no rubbing issues on my 2010. When I used this setup on my 2007 F150 it rubbed at full lock.
  8. 08-23-2010 11:25 PM
  9. 08-07-2010 07:50 PM
    Thank ya
  10. 08-05-2010 09:11 PM
    R u still looking for a single 12 inch sub box?? Got one i would let go cheap ....with or w/o premier 1500 watt sub .....box is ported and it kills my old jl stealthbox.... Seriously

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