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post #1 of 7 Old 09-23-2011, 11:12 AM Thread Starter
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Leveling Kit Help

Hey guys,

Looking for some help with a leveling kit....I am thinking the ready lift 2.5" kit but it is only listed for the F350 on the website. I assume it will work on the 250. I am already running 35" Nitto Trails with no isues...just want the leveled look.

I would appreciate any input or help from those of you that have been down this road already.

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Ready lift 3TP leveling kit on a F-250 18x9 Fuel Offroad Boost wheels and 35" Trail Grapplers. The kit will provide 2.5" of lift in the front and 1" of lift on a F-350 or 3" on a F-250 in the rear.







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So these "leveling" kits everyone has are the SST kits that include rear lift blocks as well? I think this is where I am confused the most....
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Yes the kit includes a 5" rear block.




2012 F350 DRW King Ranch FX4

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Pull it sideways back and forth....and don't be gentle
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I was just planning on running over here and whipping it out. Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
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Ok so with this particular kit Stage 3TP the truck will sit as tall as a leveled F350?
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Yes, the same kit is used for both trucks. The difference between stock trucks is a 2" block on the 250 vs a 4" block on the 350.




2012 F350 DRW King Ranch FX4

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Cool...thanks for the info!
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