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post #1 of 14 Old 01-20-2014, 08:49 AM Thread Starter
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Leveling Kit back to stock.

My 2011 Crew cab f250 has a leveling kit on front and I installed f350 blocks in the rear to get the back all matched up. I just aint much of a lift guy and I want to put it back to stock height but I'm no sure what all itll take up front. What is removed on the leveling kits up front that is OEM? If some of yall don't mind helping me figure it out. I can provide pics etc. I also have some 35x12.50x20 AMP MT tires and Black XD wheels, I am debating on parting ways with and getting a narrower tire/wheel setup.


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What kind of leveling kit? That will determine what parts need to come off. Could be just spacers, maybe a trac bar bracket, etc.

Have a 4WD shop around you? They will usually remove them pretty cheap.
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Appears they added a spacer similar to a ICON TEI spacer as circled. You have the stock spring/shock it appears as well. Remove that spacer and swap out your rear block....DONE.
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Yea just remove the spacer on the bottom of the coil but you will need to get shorter bolts to bolt the spring cup back on the bottom.


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That's what I was thinking. If anybody has a oem front setup, if you could show a pic. I'd appreciate it.
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I think this is a rough country spacer. I read their instructions and it says you have to remove factory spacer when installing this, so if that's the case I wont be able to just remove the spacer. Been trying to find a pic of a stock setup so I know for sure what I need before I start in doing the job.
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I wouldn't mind trading straight across for a stock front end setup, but we would both have our trucks apart waiting on stuff to come in and that's what im trying to avoid. I have my stock rear blocks and u bolts. So ill just sell the F350 blocks and u bolts id imagine
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There should be no factory spacer on the front. You just remove the aftermarket spacer and bolt the spring cup back down.


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Ok. Thanks. Ill just snatch a oem bolt for spring cup and try it out.
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