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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1999-FORD-F-250-DIESEL-LIFTED-BLACK-MONSTER-TRUCK_W0QQitemZ4592222166QQcategoryZ39415QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem


Dont look at the acces. list just go str8 to the pictures.


...I didnt cheat and saw it so it should be easy for ya'll. :rotfl: :bigthumb:
 

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and that stupid trim molding on the tailgate, i dont get it either

superlift lifts suck?
the wheel spacers?


:wall:
 

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hah ive seen that truck around a few times. its ok lookin...the wheels are kinda oogly tho
 

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hieneken49 got it...go back and look at the a$$ec list.

2 inch spacers :shock: not a 1/2 or a 5/16 but a whole 2 inches yikes. :bluecry:
 

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On 2005-11-21 07:07, RiverboyZ71 wrote:
hieneken49 got it...go back and look at the a$$ec list.

2 inch spacers :shock: not a 1/2 or a 5/16 but a whole 2 inches yikes. :bluecry:

the 1/2" and 5/16" ones are the dangerous ones, a 2" wheel spacer when installed correctly should be perfectly safe
 

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On 2005-11-21 10:23, Bosco wrote:


the 1/2" and 5/16" ones are the dangerous ones, a 2" wheel spacer when installed correctly should be perfectly safe
WOW, two firsts in one post. First, I agree with bosco :shock: Secong, bosco actually responded to a tech post without making a smart a$$ insulting comment :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
 

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How are small ones not good but big 2 inch ones are? :-?:
 

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because the large 2 inch ones bolt onto the hub, then have seperate studs for the wheel to bolt onto the spacer so that there isn't an increased amount of stress on the studs. just go in between the wheel and hub and use the same studs which causes a lot of stress onthe studs...
 

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Yea, The larger spacers have there own lugs and rotate the pattern to get the thickness and still use full length studs..Similar to running dual-wheel hubs ona single wheel truck.. Just extreme backspacing!!

Can Wear ball-joints/kingpins faster!!

The smaller ones simply fit inbetween the wheel and hub and lessen the thread bite!!!
 

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Alright thanks guys....i stand corrected :cool::
 

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its missing the Z-71 package... what a POS :roll:
 
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