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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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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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