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post #1 of 12 Old 04-25-2007, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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1" Level spacers

I measured out my truck today. Looks like mine isn't really rear high. 1" Front spacers would level it out. Do they make 1" spacers? All I see is 2" and 2.5".

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I did a superlift add a leaf up front. It turned out really nice. If you were front high after that, you could change out your rear blocks to level it back up. But I have not seen a 1" leveling kit. Maybe they are out there, and if someone knows about them, they will let ya know.

Hey, a little more lift never hurt anything right

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I've got coils, would be hard to use add-a-leafs. A 1" machined aluminum spacer or something would work real nice, and be cheap.

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what did that add a leaf run ya?

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My buddy has a leveling kit on his 06 350. Ill ask him what he has and get back to you.

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Well I"m 1" down in the front. Haven't put the Transformer or Winch on it yet. so it'll be 2" most likely anyway.

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Try Skyjacker F-51 spacers. They are 1". At one point, I was looking for the same thing, and someone on this board recommended these to me. Since I've put on a bumper replacement on the front, and have a tool box with stuff in it in the back, I'm going to go with one of those Daystar 2" kits up front, and F350 blocks in back. By the way, BDS makes a metal one inch spacer kit. I'd advise the Skykacker urethane one myself.
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So F350's Have larger Rear Blocks from the factory? That's a very nice thing to know. I'd like to do maybe those in the rear, and a front 2-2.5" level kit. Now you got me thinking...

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I have a 06 and it has the 2 1/2 on it look at mine it a tuff country.

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Yeah, it does look nice Hayman. Well I have to look into this F350 blocking and such. SuperLift makes a 2.5" front kit also. We'll see what happens. I'm in no hurry.

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