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Old 09-26-2007, 10:55 AM
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Best leveling kit for 05 F-250 PSD CC 4X4 FX4?

What's up everyone?

As the title states, I've been trying to figure out what is the best leveling kit for a 2005 F-250 PSD CC 4X4 FX4. Tried doing the search, but couldn't come up with much.

So what do you guys use?

I've seen the Recon stuff (looks good) and I've seen the Tuff Country?

What is the preferred brand? Any one better than the others?

Trying not to affect functionality or driveability if at all possible, just trying to get rid of the rake.

Thanks in advance!!!

Marv
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I sell alot of these. LINK Never had a problem with them. Second would be Tuff Country, but they are like 30 bucks more.
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Thanks Patrick, I really appreciate it. I've seen a number of folks running those and most seem pleased.

Do you have any pictures of before and after with the leveling kit?

Thanks!
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Are you looking for the best leveling kit or the cheapest? Or somewhere in between?
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i have been looking at a leveling kit i am looking at the superlift kit it dose not use ruber spacers is uses new springs, and 4 shocks ive talked to a few people that have them and they love them Ill look to see if i can find the part#
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Twin, I'd prefer the best for the money.

I'm not opposed to spending the cash (within reason) to ensure I'm getting quality parts that won't damage or compromise the functionality of my truck.

I'd prefer not to go broke, but I'm not against spending the money to do it right either!
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i have been looking at a leveling kit i am looking at the superlift kit it dose not use ruber spacers is uses new springs, and 4 shocks ive talked to a few people that have them and they love them Ill look to see if i can find the part#
Thanks man, I'll have to check that out when you get the PN.
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Twin, I'd prefer the best for the money.

I'm not opposed to spending the cash (within reason) to ensure I'm getting quality parts that won't damage or compromise the functionality of my truck.

I'd prefer not to go broke, but I'm not against spending the money to do it right either!
Ok I just checking, you can find some good spacers on here for a good price like patrick gave you....in my opinion this is the "best" leveling kit out there....pricey though
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The K778 system is nice. We carry them, but they are like 800 bucks I think.
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