I have a 99 xcab long bed w/35's. I could easily run 36's in the rear, even 37's its the front that would cause some issues. Over the past 7 years the weight of the 7.3 plus a more than generous share of trails has made the front sag about half an inch (ProComp all spring lift). If I re-arched the front and added an inch or so I would probably be able to run 37's. Long story short it depends on application (quality) and use, but I would think you could find a 4" kit that would suffice.
im looking at one of these on ebay and it has a 40,000# breaking strength. is this enough to snatch and pull stuck vehicles without worrying about it breaking? i already have chain marks in the tailgate of my truck from this past weekend, and i dont want anymore.
Well I have one question my wife is wanting to enter a sled pulling contest next year and of course it will be our first run. We have a 1988 F350 7.3 idi zf5 transmission all stock except she has 4 door flatbed and the class she wants to run is of course stock. She said for her run she is...
Will I get more articulation of the front suspesion if I disconnect the front sway bar for off roading and will I be able to leave it off for on road use? or is this all wrong? advise Please