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ATTN: F350 owners w/Sky Mfg. RSK

Please do me a favor if you have a truck with stock front and rear springs and stock rear blocks...

Is your truck level?
Which RSK do you have- the 3" or the 5"?
Can you post some photos of the RSK installed?
What is the distance from the bottom of the frame rail to the center of the spring eye?

Please don't tell me how your converted F250 sits or how your truck sits level with SD springs. I'm trying to figure out why mine DOESN'T sit level, even though it should.

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Swing and a miss...

OK all you fellers running an RSK, can you measure from the bottom of your frame rail to the center of the front spring eye for me, and tell me if you are running a 3" or a 5" RSK por favor.

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Swing and a miss...

OK all you fellers running an RSK, can you measure from the bottom of your frame rail to the center of the front spring eye for me, and tell me if you are running a 3" or a 5" RSK por favor.
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Will buy beer for the first person to post a photo showing me the measurement from the frame rail to the center spring eye!!! The only catch is you have to tell me if you have the 3" or 5" kit...

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I have a "home built" kit but will measure mine tomorrow if it would help. It's a 3" RSK and sits level.

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I got about 5 1/2 inches from the bottom of the frame to the center of the front spring eye bolt.

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Does your truck sit level? Mine is about 1.5" high in the front. I have 6" from frame rail to center spring eye.

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