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post #1 of 12 Old 08-14-2006, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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Leveling Kit

I got a question: I have an '01 F-350 PSD and just installed the Rough Country 2" leveling kit and it still isn't enough lift to make it set level. I noticed that my truck has what look to be 6" blocks on the rear end, is this a factory block or has someone installed them? Any ideas?
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i just ordered the rough country level spacers for my truck im interestred how they will look i should have them tomorow

2006 ford f350 and 2002 f350 samantha my daughter born 8/23/06 north jersey
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It did raise the front of my truck, just not enough to make it level. I didn't notice any difference in the ride of it either. My kit was the add a leaf kit. I guess I will have to add another leaf if I want to make it level.
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get some photos in the garage so we can check it out!!

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im running the 2.5inch donahoe racing mini spring pack leveling kit on my f350 the rear still sits about an inch high but thats do to me having the camper package on my truck i believe

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got pics or info on that kit?? from the complexcity of the name, it sounds interesting....id like to know more!!!! thats not one im familiar with...
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got pics or info on that kit?? from the complexcity of the name, it sounds interesting....id like to know more!!!! thats not one im familiar with...
the kits is carried by superdutyheadquarters.com it only runs about $250shipped and comes with 2mini spring packs and new u-bolts! heres a link to the actual kit....http://www.superdutyheadquarters.com/2in04.htm

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good info man, looks like a very solid option!!!!!
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good info man, looks like a very solid option!!!!!
yes ive been very please with it especially for the price an easy driveway install also!

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stock type ride too boot?? just curious, for members who would consider its knoledge...
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