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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-14-2010, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone built one of these trucks for off roading. I was thinking about it i got a 2000 f250 PSD supercab shortbox. Was wondering what tire size did you use and is it still drivable on the road with a decent tuner. Anyways was just wondering how it is wheeling a fullsize vehicle i've only wheeled jeeps.
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Here is a guy over on psn with a 6.0 rock crawler...




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in two words, holy ****

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Yeah it is pretty cool!

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petersons 4wheel built a sweet one, i think it waas called the ultimate ranch truck

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#$&@ that's sweet...

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i was thinking something less agressive like 37-38's on 4-6" of lift with some minor trimming.
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u can tell it is used hard also. look at the right side rear lower link in the past pic. slight tweek. lol

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