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i would like to put a leveling kit on my 96 ford f250 2wd ttb. i was wondering if anyone has any recommendations as to which kit has worked for you and or any pics. thanks appreciate it.
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i have been looking to do the same for over a year now if you find anything please let me kno thankyou
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i figured it out the other day.
you can buy the leveling kit for a 4x4 f150
its just a 2'' spring spacer for the front. you just got to make sure to get the bigger sized extention bolt heres the link to the ebay im about to get mine from when i go 24.5 peterbilt wheels
1981-1996 FORD F150 2" LEVELING LIFT KIT 2WD - eBay (item 250752873824 end time Feb-04-11 16:05:43 PST)

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do you kno the difference between the f150 ttb and the 250 ttb could you but a f150 lift and just get tuffer springs that will support the weight of the diesel?
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idk what ttb is
but there was an article that i found that it was a f250(94) 7.3l psd that put this on just to level the front and it worked.
but a while back i ran partnumbers at my job and the 150 springs were the same as the 250

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do you kno the difference between the f150 ttb and the 250 ttb could you but a f150 lift and just get tuffer springs that will support the weight of the diesel?
The 150 should have a D44TTB with coils and the 250hd will have a D50TTB with leaves.

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