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post #1 of 17 Old 03-22-2011, 05:56 AM Thread Starter
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Talking Level kit

What's the best leveling kit for the F350 ? Also gonna run the stock rims too..
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The best? Icon if you have the $. But I prefer the coils over the spacers. All depends on what you want to spend and what you want

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See now I have your wheels turning with the idea of the level kit.

As for leveling kits you can spend anywhere from $100 - $1,000 depending on the setup you choose.

Icon is the best one I know of, but there are others like ReadyLift that are very poplular.

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I did a 2.5 readylift stage II leveling kit on my 4wd,shortbox,350. I am very pleased with the way the truck sits and drives. Also painted my stock springs a ford blue while they were off,looks gooder than black ones

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The best..won't be available for 2 months...right now its a Icon with 4 link arms for the best ride quality. PM me if I can get you prices .

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The best..won't be available for 2 months...right now its a Icon with 4 link arms for the best ride quality. PM me if I can get you prices .

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A teese..2.5" 4 link..progressive rate springs and specifically tuned 3/4" shaft shocks..
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CT would it feel a lot more different then my setup now?


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Sure will but All you need to do to get a much better ride quality is add 4 link arms and we can have those shocks revailved to work much better! PM me if I can get you additional info and pricing.
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A teese..2.5" 4 link..progressive rate springs and specifically tuned 3/4" shaft shocks..
Why did you have to say that? I just decided I didn't want to lift my truck. Now you have me thinking about lifting my truck. Haha!!! What I really want is something to improve the rear suspension like coil springs and a 4 link but I don't want more than a 2-3" lift. I don't know if that would be a good idea but it sounds nice in my head. What would be the drawback to this type of rear suspension?

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