I'm getting 15.2 mpg and I am pretty light with the foot. 3.55 gears incase that wasn't mentioned before.Your truck looks great it looks like what I have on order. I am glad you posted those picts I have looking at the same tire and wheel combo. You mentioned your gas mileage is not that good what are you getting?
I'm an Arizona native and have never had to put them on...so wouldn't know for sure how much room they take up.Do you think there is enough room in the rear to clear tire chains? Front?
Mine still look brand new....granted I don't deal with snow and I only have driven on pavement. I don't think they will be a problem. I like them because they look heavy duty and have a real nice shine to them.millsryno,
How are you finding those wheels to keep clean? They look great and I am looking for new wheels too, but am scared too many nooks and crannies will be a pain to clean. :lol:
Mine still look brand new....granted I don't deal with snow and I only have driven on pavement. I don't think they will be a problem. I like them because they look heavy duty and have a real nice shine to them.
the shop that did the leveling kit said they checked the alignment and said it was right on. They also said that with the ReadyLift stage 2, that an alignment was not neccessary. When I drove it off, the steering wheel would sit at the 1:00 position and when I let go of the wheel, the truck would veer left. I took it back to them and they said it was right on when they checked it when they did the lift. They attempted to adjust the steering wheel so it sits at the 12:00 poition, but it still sits at the 12:30 position and still veers left. They said it is because big tires will wander....but the thing is it's only pulling one direction which leads me to believe that the alignment is slightly off.Yes that is what I noticed about those wheels is they look beefy, some of the wheel options just don't seem to suit the Super Duty's.
Did you get your allignment done yet? Any pull or drifting around in the lane?
I was considering doing a lift, however seems nobody up here offers a 4-Link lift 4" that they can install, and if I provide the lift and have them do the install 1 shop wont touch it and the one that will wants mucho bucks to do it!! So I am not sure what to do.
Thanks again for the info,
Check my post above this one for info regarding the alignment. I was happy with all the work they did except for that.millsryno - who did the work for you? I have almost the exact same truck coming in next week and I would like to do something similar I am also in AZ.
It's too hard to accurately measure. I do know that the parking garage at the airport shows a 7'2" height and I do barely rub hanging indicators when going under them (they swing). I'm guessing the top of the cab is 7'3" to 7'5" in that range.Great looking truck, very clean look, well done. I wish my truck had chrome bumpers rather than the painted gold color.
Hi. I do still have the truck. For the most part, the lift has been good. I've got 55K miles on the truck now and I think it still has the same ride as when I originally put this lift on when the truck was new. For what it is worth, they advertise you maintain your factory ride. Truth be told, I had my alignment checked when it was installed and the caster is off. I do not think it affects the ride, however, and they said that is normal with a lift like this (dealer said same thing)Curious if you still have the truck and whether you are still happy with the Stage 2 leveling kit? Would love to know how it has held up since I am planning to do the same thing to my 2013. Thanks
295/65R20 is a 35.5" tire.Thanks for the update. Please post how the test fit for 37's goes if you do it. When I inquired about the Stage 2 at a local shop, they told me that 35's would probably rub with the same setup as you have and that I would be better off with the 295/65/20's.