Looks GREAT! Nice job! Did you have to do any modifications for rubbing issues with your tire/wheel/level set-up?So, I figured it was time for Grimmy to get some new shoes. When I first purchased this truck, what got me interested was a model on their show floor. It was an XLT but it had a level and much nicer wheels and tires. Well, I wanted those same things because to me that is what set that truck off. I just did not want to pay 55k for it..lol
So I did just that, went to 4wheelparts and ordered some Fuel Tactics 20x9 offset +1 and some Procomp 285\65R20 AT tires and a ReadyLift 3" level kit.
End result : Love...lol
Alrighty! Just saw this post after I asked about “rubbing issues”? No chance of rubbing anything with a 6” lift, eh? Again, lols GREAT! Nice job!And now......this. Started seeing pics of Ranges sitting on 6" lifts for the last month or so and I could not get it out of my brain. As soon as I found out my Ford dealership would warranty everything if I did the install there, my mind was made up. Went with the BDS 6" IFS system and FOX 2.0 shocks. Just wow, this is the stance I am looking for. bye bye mpgs.
Alrighty! Just saw this post after I asked about “rubbing issues”? No chance of rubbing anything with a 6” lift, eh? Again, lols GREAT! Nice job!
Can you share more details on this bike rack/bar you made? Material sourced, measurements, etc.