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post #1 of 15 Old 05-23-2012, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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Help with leveling kit

Okay, So I have a f250 CCSB and I want to do a leveling kit.. I'm wondering what is the best setup to go with. I was thinking 2.5 in the front and a 4 inch block in the rear? Or should I go a little bigger? I don't plan on putting anything bigger then 35's on it. Also, how much of a difference is a ebay level kit differ from like ready lift, besides $400
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Ive got a kit on Ebay. Readylift 3.5" SST lift/level for $425. I used it on my 08 250 ccsb for like 20k miles. Let me know if you're interested.
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It depends on what year truck...? But on my 04 I put a 2.5" rough country full add leaf packs. It brought it up 3"

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it is an 08
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Well idk what is best for that one sorry

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Also, any advice for the install would be great!!
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Yikes I paid $200 for them completely installed from my local offroad shop!

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425 gets you spacers, shock extensions, track bar bracket, radius arm drop brackets, u bolts, blocks, carrier bearing spacer.
200 gets you pucks on top your coils and an axle shift to the left.


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I think i'm going to go with the 2.5 in the front and then 4 in block in the rear, the back should still sit higher right?
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2.5 in front and 4 in rear will make truck level.


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