I had a local shop around here install it. I live in a apartment and don't have all my tools. I know they had to cut the crossmember for sure. You have to cut it on both of the Procomp and Fabtech. They installed it about 7-8 hours with alignment.PiercedTiger said:Nice! :thumbsup:
I was looking at that lift last week after seeing Xtreme4x4 do the ProComp version on a Ford truck and race it around a mock desert track. It seemed to handle the types of bumps and terrain I'd like to take on. Probably is, I'm still a novice at welding and fabricating so I was a little concerned about cutting the cross member for that lift.
Did you install it yourself or have a shop do it? Any details would be cool! :clap:
The tires are 35x12.50R20 Nitto Mud Grapplers. The wheels are 20x10 Helo Maxx 6. The backspacing i think is 4.5.AZSCTACO said:Looks great.....
What is your tire and wheel set-up??? Backspacing???
Are those Mud Grapplers????
Yea i'll get some pictures up of it a little cleaner probably tomorrow.cj99si said:Looks sweet but I have to give you a hard time again is that a 6' foot lift or a 6" inch lift......... seriosly though it looks great! the truck does apear dirty though
Yea after i get my truck cleaned i'll go take it next to my friends too. He's got a 3' Access Cab.Rhino8541 said:If you can, you should get a picture of that next to a stock TRD Sport for reference, I'm sure it will make your truck look that much tougher, especially with those tires.