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Old 08-12-2010, 08:06 PM
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innovative diesel leveling kit

hey guys was just looking into a leveling kit untill i do my bigger lift in a couple years. .
has anyone used or herd anything about the innovative diesel leveling lift kits . . 2" to 2.5 " kits

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I was wondering the same, I'm wanting to do that as well.
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Old 08-16-2010, 09:44 AM
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Same thing made by Top Gun: Top Gun Customz # TGCSD200F - 2" 05-09 Ford F250/F350 Super Duty Front Steel Leveling Lift Spacers
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Both are quality kits.

No matter which kit you get I recommend a shock upgrade though
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Both are quality kits.

No matter which kit you get I recommend a shock upgrade though
Exactly, shocks are a must, adding 2" with most definitely top out your shocks and bust them if your off-road with your truck at all.
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Old 08-16-2010, 10:19 AM
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would 2 inch make the front end set higher then the Rear, not a big fan of that look myself. Another thing thats been on my mind and you guys may know the answer.Does the 4x4 off road set higher than other ones? mine seems to set a little higher than most that i see.thanks guys
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would 2 inch make the front end set higher then the Rear, not a big fan of that look myself. Another thing thats been on my mind and you guys may know the answer.Does the 4x4 off road set higher than other ones? mine seems to set a little higher than most that i see.thanks guys
If its an F250 it looks like the front end is a tad higher. On a 350 it levels it perfectly
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if these kits work that well i may pick up a 2.5" leveling kit
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Best kits will have new springs, longer shocks, Castor shims and a adj track bar..spacer kits will still need everything if not included and not give as good of a ride quality improvement as the new springs..plus the springs are not that much more $$ if any at all..

F250 need a taller rear block and new U bolts. Don't stack blocks..

If you would like additional info please PM me.

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thanks everyone . .
and about shocks . id like to keep the ones i have seeing as i am just going to change them in a year or so for bigger ones with the bigger lift. . do shock spacers hert the ride quality?
im wanting a non expensive kit that has everything i need in it so i am not waisting as much money but still have a little bit more aggressive look for the mean time
if anyone knows of a better kit please let me know
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