Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Calgary Alberta
All depends on your budget. Cheapest way is to crank the torsion bars with either blocks, an add a leaf or shackels in the rear, then you can get bigger tires. You can also do a body lift, alot of people don't like them but I have never heard of a reason for not likeing them. I had one on an 02 150 I had and it wheeled awsome.
Then your gonna want skid plates and either custom bumpers and or a winch. Then maybe some lockers but you should be able to get by without them.
Or you can do a solid axle swap which is alot more expensive and labor intensive. But if you want to do some extreme wheeling this is the best route.
Best advice I can give about wheeling is DO NOT GO ALONE.
1997 F-150 xl
1984 Honda XR200R (the toy)
2007 Honda CRF100f (the spare toy)
2005 Jayco Baja 10Y (the home away from home)