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Old 10-19-2012, 03:16 AM
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leveling kit from Top Gun Customs?

Does anyone have any experience with the eBay leveling kit from Top Gun Customs? It is machined aluminum with the hardware for only $9.99 + $9.99 shipping. I was curious if anyone here was running it and what their thoughts were.
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Old 10-25-2012, 06:53 PM
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havent seen that one
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Here is a link:
2005 2011 4WD Ford F250 F350 2" Leveling Lift Kit | eBay
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awesome kit, just put one on mine last weekend. It's made very well and easy to install. I recommend it just to save some from the others that are $100+
I also installed 350 blocks in the rear.

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Thanks for the tip on this one for $20 Im all over that!
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You will still need a adj track bar and castor shims....unless you don't care that the axle isn't centered and you have lost most of the limited castor the truck had.
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You will still need a adj track bar and castor shims....unless you don't care that the axle isn't centered and you have lost most of the limited castor the truck had.
This is true, but as far as spacers go, you can't beat this deal. CnC'd 6061 aluminum block with a hole in it can only vary in quality so much.
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Where can I get castor shims and trac bar to complete the kit?
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MMMM

IDK a 2inch I don't think your trac bar and axle center is going to be a issue
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We have everything....please PM me if I can help, provide your xip.
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