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Old 05-05-2012, 08:44 PM
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I know there's forums about this Im Sure but sometimes it's just easier to get the info you want starting a new topic. I just got 35" toyo mt for my 2000 f250 and I want a leveling kit. I'm looking for either a 2 1/2 or a 3. I want one that isn't going to break the bank. Did you guys find any good deals out there? Or any brands that are a good bang for there buck?


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Rough Country has a 2.5" add-a-leaf that is $75. Rockymountainsuspension.com has a good selection of leveling kits. Some require a trac bar adjustment and some don't. The RC doesn't.


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I know there's forums about this Im Sure but sometimes it's just easier to get the info you want starting a new topic. I just got 35" toyo mt for my 2000 f250 and I want a leveling kit. I'm looking for either a 2 1/2 or a 3. I want one that isn't going to break the bank. Did you guys find any good deals out there? Or any brands that are a good bang for there buck?


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The problem with this statement is, your not willing to invest any time into searching yet the people you seek answers from have infact invested time into the answer.

I think you owe everyone you seek an answer from a little time of your own in doing a search.
probably wouldn't ***** except this has to be a top 5 subject.
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I went with the tough country spring pack from topguncustomz, i think it was less than 150. I tried a somple add a leaf from rough country and it did not lift the truck but about an inch. the tough country lifted it about 3
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Rough Country has a 2.5" add-a-leaf that is $75. Rockymountainsuspension.com has a good selection of leveling kits. Some require a trac bar adjustment and some don't. The RC doesn't.


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maybe i am just slow... but i cant seem to find the exact springs you are talking about... PM me a link?
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:12 PM
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I promise you the rough country 75 dollar spring did not lift my truck but about an inch, I took it off and you can have it if you want to pay for shipping, Think about it, Its a 3/8thick peice of spring that is supposed to re arch you two layers of nearly one inch thick stock spring, It will not do the job described espically with the weight of your motor. Go with the spring pack or you will be redoing it like I did. I was suckered by the savings too but in the end it cost me 75 bucks not save me 75.
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