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At 12:40am on October 11, 2009, Brad Moroz said…
Nice truck
At 9:46pm on January 27, 2009, greg brannon said…
hi my is greg it think you did a great job on that truck going form juck to sweet!!!! iam ford person myself i have 2004 F150
At 7:13pm on December 22, 2008, SouthernBlues said…
Nice looking truck
At 10:43pm on December 6, 2008, Todd said…
body lifts don't look bad with gap guards. have you looked in to susp. lifts for a 2wd. not sure if they make them for that year. i have always had 4wd so i don't know what kind of support you will find
At 1:11pm on December 6, 2008, Steve said…
Thanks. I am just trying to find out the way that will look the best on my truck, and I don't know what one to go with the lift. For as you can see it looks good, but needs body work too. I just want to do the lift first then work on the body. That way if I dent it I will not care, or even scratch it. I have been really thinking of doing the body lift, but I have not seen a truck like mine and the same year with a body lift. That is why I am trying to find out the best way to do it.

Thanks again

At 11:19pm on December 4, 2008, Steve said…
Hey. I am thinking of raising my truck, but I don't know if I want to do a body lift or a suspension. I only want to raise it 3". For my truck is a 2WD. What way would you say is the best way to go?

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