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Old December 28th, 2016, 11:33 AM
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I found a very good looking f150 truck, it's got pretty much everything that I want for my own project and need your help to figure out what is the wheel size and the lift here. I found the picture on google but unfortunately no sizes were present.

I believe the wheels are 35 and the lift is 3-4", but I can't tell for sure, do you guys have any idea?

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It's probably a 3" or 4" lift in the front and 1" or 2" in the rear to level it out. Without a good program to clear up the image when blowing it up, it's hard to say about the tires. I would guess they might be 33's.
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Thanks! I thought the lift should be equal on the front and the back like 3-4" front and 3-4" rear. Is there any reason why do you recommend only 1-2" on the back?
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That was not a recommendation, it was an observation. At stock height there's some rake, the back end is higher than the front. That does not appear to be the case here, if anything the back end is lower than the front.

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Ok if I got you correctly I can get a kit like this https://www.carid.com/2013-ford-f-15...296361169.html with 4" lift on the front and 2.5 on the back and I will have all pretty much leveled up?
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That should do it.



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