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Level Kit/37's on stock 20's?

Hey guys, I have a 2008 Harley Edition and I'm looking to spiff it up a little bit with a leveling kit and some 37's. I like the Harley rims and can't afford new rims right now, so I'm considering just putting some Toyo's on the 20" rims. What leveling kit should I look for and what are some opinions on this? I don't really do much off-roading (really won't do any at all) but I like the look of the big tires. The most weight I plan on towing is an 18' boat and a 25' boat. The 25' is maybe 5k lbs. Other than that the truck is stock except for some cosmetic changes and some stereo changes. I have a factory warranty until 2015 so I am limited on what I can do. Although I do have a friend at the Ford dealership, but I haven't been by yet to see if they are mod friendly. I really want to do the DPF delete and the intake/exhaust/mild tune.
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This reply concerns me a bit. Are you hinting that "I can" but that there is some concern? I'm very very new to the world of pick up trucks and this stuff. So please feel free to offer your advice to me. Thanks.
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Go with 2 inch level I went with fabtech if sticking with stock rims go 35 12.5 r20 they don't rub and look good. Ride is great fabtech shocks are good.


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2.5" Readylift SST kit with 37x12.5 Nitto Trail Grapplers on stock KR wheels. Tires do rub the radius arms at full lock otherwise its perfect!
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37's and a leveling kit looks good but will rub a tad, 35's and a leveling kit looks just as good in my opinion and wont rub. Also depending on the 37, they may be a touch wide for stock rims and may end up wearing poorly. For the shocks I would go Icon or bilstein.

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37's and a leveling kit looks good but will rub a tad, 35's and a leveling kit looks just as good in my opinion and wont rub. Also depending on the 37, they may be a touch wide for stock rims and may end up wearing poorly. For the shocks I would go Icon or bilstein.
Thanks I may just go with the 35's then.

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325 60 r20s are slightly bigger and wider and wont rub if youre interested in those.. i just put a set on my 08 harley with stock wheels. i went 2.5" in the front and a 4" rear block


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37s will not rub if you go with the bilstein level kit I had the donaho version made by bilstein it was 3" front and I added a 1" in back looked great (in my avatar) and never once hit the fender. did hit the radius arm on full uturn only. IMO it looks great and I wish I left it,lol 10K later and I am 10" higher but damn 10K I want my level kit back and my 10K bucks back ,lol
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