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Old 03-02-2010, 05:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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little Ford on 44's. build thread

Ive got a 95 f-350. i think i ended up somewhere around 15" of lift using a 8" superduty kit.







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Old 03-02-2010, 05:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
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cheap way to get a front shaft in a lifted truck. that is the stock front shaft with no modifications, the rear will have to be lengthened.
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Are you gonna put any bracing back to the frame on those front drops? Just to be on the safe side?
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Gettin gears in her today. 5:38's and detroits front and rear.
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thats the exact same as my truck, i did the same in the front. i havent got my drive shafts in yet but when you clocked the transfer case did you need anything special? i was told i may need a clocking ring? and did your rear end move ahead at all when you did the shackle flip? mine came ahead 3 inches.
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thats the exact same as my truck, i did the same in the front. i havent got my drive shafts in yet but when you clocked the transfer case did you need anything special? i was told i may need a clocking ring? and did your rear end move ahead at all when you did the shackle flip? mine came ahead 3 inches.
You will need a clocking ring, just buy one off ebay for dana 300. you have to buy metric bolts to assemble it. my axle did move, i just drilled the block to offset the difference.
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why do you need the clocking ring? isnt the transfer case like a rim? you can put it on any way? how much did you drill your blocks?
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nasty truck what size lift are those leaf springs?
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Ive got a 95 f-350. i think i ended up somewhere around 15" of lift using a 8" superduty kit.
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why don'tca run what real men run . . . .514(or bigger) with a 10-71 huffer sittin on top . . . . or a built stroker and 500 shot of the giggle gas . . . .
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why don'tca run what real men run . . . .514(or bigger) with a 10-71 huffer sittin on top . . . . or a built stroker and 500 shot of the giggle gas . . . .
I agree.

I like your truck as well, it reminds me of the truck that I used to wheel in my sig
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I allready have that in another truck..... check out some of my other posts.
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fourx...what rear traction bars are you running? did you make them?
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I allready have that in another truck..... check out some of my other posts.

Soo then you have an excuse to build something bigger . . . . .
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which cummins are you putting in it
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the bastard . . .


Lets hope he puts something in with a 10-71 on top, even if its a cummins, just imagine the looks lol, could probably find a couple big ass detroits to rob of parts lol.
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I boxed the frame horns on the inside all the way from the engine crossmember to the shackle reversal mounts. The frame likes to crack where the stock shackles bolt in. right where the frame folds in.
I also extended the spring mount past the front body mount to brace it up.



My spring mounts only drop 3 inches and i run 42's, yours has alot more leverage.
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