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Pic Request: 06 w/ or w/out 2" leveling kit on 305/70R17

As the title states Id like to see some pics of trucks w/ or w/out a 2 inch leveling kit sitting of 305/70R17

Im trying to decide on tires and leveling it or not

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Bump it up for some pics
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My truck is an 06, but I have 18's and they're 325/65/18

Pic Request: 06 w/ or w/out 2" leveling kit on 305/70R17-truck-steps.jpg


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My truck is an 06, but I have 18's and they're 325/65/18

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Sweet looking truck and thanks for the pics. Is that a lift or leveling kit and what size?

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Sweet looking truck and thanks for the pics. Is that a lift or leveling kit and what size?

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Thanks, it's always a work in progress . 2.5" leveling kit, on an F350


2006 F350 SOLD
* KMC XD Monsters wrapped in Hankook ATM's
* 08 style mirrors
* 4" TB exhaust
* SCT X2 with Gearhead, PHP and ID tunes
* Edge Insight CTS
*Full Bulletproof Diesel kit with remote oil cooler
* Blue FPR spring
* 6.4 Banjos
* Repaired FICM by BPD
* Dfuser coolant filter
* Stage1 MTW turbo



New truck has a Cummins and a handshaker
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bump...Id like to see some more pics fellers
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Who/were did you get you kit from? How difficult was the install?
And I agree very sweet lookin...
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bump...Id like to see some more pics fellers
I think that most people are running 18's or larger . Maybe change the title to '05-07 w/ or w/o leveling kit on 35's'

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Who/were did you get you kit from? How difficult was the install?
And I agree very sweet lookin...
I believe it's from Rough Country? It's been on there for a while now. The install was easy, about an hour from start to finish


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* KMC XD Monsters wrapped in Hankook ATM's
* 08 style mirrors
* 4" TB exhaust
* SCT X2 with Gearhead, PHP and ID tunes
* Edge Insight CTS
*Full Bulletproof Diesel kit with remote oil cooler
* Blue FPR spring
* 6.4 Banjos
* Repaired FICM by BPD
* Dfuser coolant filter
* Stage1 MTW turbo



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So after looking at rough country's site I am very suprised at how cheap this is to do. But I wonder what is ervybody's thought between the spacer or the replacement spring?
I have a f350 dully and ya it does see towing. Are you better off with totally new springs? Or save the cash and go with spacers....
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just run the spacer. especially if you are okay with the ride. The only company I'd replace the spring itself with would be Icon. The rest can be an experience for ride quality degredation

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