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Old 12-06-2007, 10:52 AM
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Level Lift Recomendations

Howdy fellow strokers! I need a recomendation on a good (inexpensive) Leveling for my 03 F350 4x4 dually. If any one has some pics of how theres looks with it installed that would be great to. Thanks
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the most inexpensive will be an add a leaf.. either superlift or skyjacker..... superlift running around 110 and the skyjacker around 150.... it wil rais it approx. 2"
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i just got an add-a-leaf from RCD suspentions. i haven't put it in yet but i'll let you know how it turns out. i know it's the "cheap" way but i have heard good things about them and it was about 90 bucks including shipping. who else in the world would volunteer to be i geunnie pig?? think a bout it
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2.5" pro-comp

I still dont think at this height which brand of lift matters but heres before and after pics.

Before:


After: with 33's and 2.5" leveling pro-comp kit
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How hard is it to install the Ad-a-leaf? I have seen on ebay, where you replace the rear shackle with a longer one, any have any experiance with this one.
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Do you have a link to the RCD place you bought your lift from. I found a kit that completely replaces the stock leafs and all 4 shocks from Pro Comp at 4wheel parts for like 480 or so, i dont know if thats really worth it.
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Do you have a link to the RCD place you bought your lift from. I found a kit that completely replaces the stock leafs and all 4 shocks from Pro Comp at 4wheel parts for like 480 or so, i dont know if thats really worth it.
if your already gonna do the whole replacing leafs thing why not just get a full susp system? i mean if you just want to level it do it on the cheap and just buy an add a leaf... if your gonna already fork over almost 500 bucks just spend the extra few hundred and get either a 4" lift or 6" lift...
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