Bottom Line After installing the leveling kit, we fit our F-150 tester with a set of Dick Cepek F-C II tires and Torque wheels. We've always liked the F-C II's part all-terrain, part mud-terrain design. They're built on a mud carcass, which provides extra-deep tread for long life and higher load ratings. They're self-cleaning, have siped tread lugs, and "DC" Sidebiters for added traction and protection. The flat black Torque wheels are the same design we have on our project Power Wagon, and they have a tough satin clearcoat and they're TPMS sensor-friendly. We wheeled the F-150 in mud and sand and were very pleased with the performance of the F-C IIs. We also enjoyed the added ground clearance afforded by the combination of the Rough Country lift and the larger tires as we 'wheeled through the Tennessee backcountry. The rig looks pretty darn good, too. Lifting the rear is also a simple affair. It begins with removal of the stock U-bolts. With the U-bolts removed, the new dual-pin powdercoated blocks can be installed between the stock blocks and the spring perches. This system allows the factory bumpstops integrated into the stock blocks to remain in position. The new U-bolts are then installed and tightened.With the U-bolts removed, the new dual-pin powdercoated blocks can be installed between th The new Performance 2.2-series shocks are then installed to complete the rear installation. Some features of these shocks include a large 41.4mm piston, 2.2-inch-diameter body, and 17.5mm chrome-hardened piston rod with micropores.The new Performance 2.2-series shocks are then installed to complete the rear installation Stock Leveling kit installed with stock tires Leveling kit installed with 35-inch tires SOURCES Rough Country Suspension 1400 Morgan Road Dyersburg TN 38024 800-222-7023 www.roughcountry.com « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Ken Brubaker Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!