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Old 05-18-2009, 07:04 PM
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Lifting stock 05 f-250

So I have an 05 f-250 4x4. The front end sits lower than some chevys with timbrens. I hate it. I want to raise it up a bit. I was looking at this kit on ebay. Is this a good choice? any advice help would be gladly appreciated. Thanks

05-09 FORD F 250 350 3" LIFT KIT 06 07 4X4 SUPER DUTY 4:eBay Motors (item 160332215198 end time May-30-09 14:36:31 PDT)

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So I have an 05 f-250 4x4. The front end sits lower than some chevys with timbrens. I hate it. I want to raise it up a bit. I was looking at this kit on ebay. Is this a good choice? any advice help would be gladly appreciated. Thanks

05-09 FORD F 250 350 3" LIFT KIT 06 07 4X4 SUPER DUTY 4:eBay Motors (item 160332215198 end time May-30-09 14:36:31 PDT)

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You may want to look at this first:
Why I will never buy Rough Country again.



We have a few different leveling systems available:
RCD 2.5 Inch Suspension System - 2005-2009 F250/F350 4wd - 2005-2007 F250/F350 SRW 4wd - Truck Toyz Store
BDS 2 Inch Front Spacer Kit - 2005-2007 Superduty 4wd - 2005-2007 F250/F350 SRW 4wd - Truck Toyz Store
Bilstein BTS 2.25 Inch Leveling System - 2005-2008 Superduty 4wd - 2005-2007 F250/F350 SRW 4wd - Truck Toyz Store
Icon Vehicle Dynamics 2005-2008 FSD F250 2.5 inch Leveling System - 2005-2007 F250/F350 SRW 4wd - Truck Toyz Store


Let me know if you have any questions.

An adjustable trac bar (Icon) is recommend with all of the systems I listed and available by clicking the "Configure" button.


Do you do any snowplowing with the truck?
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Yes I plow snow in the winter.
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I responded to your PM.

Depending how tall you are looking to go will determine the best route to achieve the height.

For a 2" I would go with the BDS that I linked above.
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Ifyou snow plow get factory 7k lbs springs..their are designed for what your using the truck for and will give you 2"+- Get a Adj track bar and castor plugs..and a set of Bilsteins and you will be happy.
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Funny, that is the exact setup I have on my 07 and have had since last year.......but I didn't gain 2" of lift from it
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I will just put my advice in with BDS. Love the left and not problems at all. Just my po
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Ready lift has a 2.5" leveling kit that will clear a 37 on stock rims and they also have a 2.5 sst lift they call it, supposed to be real nice stuff and it wont affect your spring rates if you plow.
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I responded to your PM.

Depending how tall you are looking to go will determine the best route to achieve the height.

For a 2" I would go with the BDS that I linked above.
My truck is all BDS and love it !!!!!!!!!!!!
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is it true that on the 05+ model years, that 37's will fit with a 2.5 leveling kit?
Not tryin to hijack this thread, but I have an 06 F350 srw with 33's and they look so small.... I'd like to put 37's under her if possible.
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