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Old 10-03-2009, 02:03 AM
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leveling kit for f250

So I'm going to get new tires in the next month or so and I was thinking about getting a leveling kit so I can put 285s on. It's a 97 F250 CC SB 4x4 HD with the dana 50 ttb. I really don't have much suspension/front end knowledge and wanted to check with folks for some recommendations before I got something that's going to give me a bad ride or sloppy steering. I've been reading a bit about the different kinds and I was kind of leaning toward just doing the add a leaf. Who's got a leveling kit out there for this truck and how do you like it? Also what do you have to do after the leveling kit, i.e. alignment, new track bar, etc. Thanks for the input!

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I want to know the same thing also.
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Old 10-03-2009, 11:47 AM
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here is what you all need


Ford F-250 4x4 2" 80-97 Front Leveling Lift Kit NEW:eBay Motors (item 380164025722 end time Oct-08-09 09:47:58 PDT)
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i installed add aleafs in mine and it rides good and sits pretty level, i had to buy new camber bushings to correct my alignment and it wasnt very funny installing them.
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I have the add a leaf as well and the 285 fit nicely. I just had to remove the end caps on the running boards.
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i installed add aleafs in mine and it rides good and sits pretty level, i had to buy new camber bushings to correct my alignment and it wasnt very funny installing them.
where do you get the camber bushings? Can I just get a front end shop to do that for me?
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Old 10-03-2009, 02:28 PM
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where do you get the camber bushings? Can I just get a front end shop to do that for me?
any auto parts store but its better to have the shop get them they come in driffent sizes.so they get you the right ones.
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