Originally Posted by I_AM_RP3
Hey y'all, I have a 2013 F250 Lariat that is bone stock. Was thinking about doing a leveling kit and thanks to big laing(sp?) I was looking at some quality kits. This made me decide to go measure my truck. The truck sits level right now. Exactly 41 inches to the top of the front fender well and rear fender well. And 9.5 inches from the top of the tires to the top on the fender well. Do I need the leveling kit to clear 35x12.50's without rubbing? Or does the kit lift the entire truck and not just the front?
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Leveling kits are essentially made for F-350s. Because f350s come with a rear block 2" taller then the f250s. So when you "level" a f250, you also have to address the rear block.
Originally Posted by highdrum
Did you buy the truck used? May have been rear leveld by previous owner, I know my leveled specs are 43.5" fender to ground.
So highdrums f250 has been lifted 2.5" in the front and approx 2" in the rear to still look level.
My f350 stock is 41.5" front and 43.5" rear.