Brand New 2011 Ford F250

Asked by Oct 21, 2010 at 12:18 PM about the Ford F-250

Question type: Car Customization

hey guys

Ryan here. Just wanted introduce myself. I recently bought a new 2011 Ford F250
but the only thing I put in is a viper alarm.
I most defiantly will lift it. Its just a matter of how high. I would love suggestions
from experienced users.

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45

6.7 if so hows it run?? havent drove one yet. just my opinion but if your gonna pull pretty frequenty id wouldnt go much more than 4in especially if ur pullin goose neck. my buddy put a 6 on his and just adjusted the hitch on trailor up. worked great till he went through a dip haulin bales and caved top of bed sides... just depends on what ur gonna do with it. check with the dealer performance parts may void warrenty.

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