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Old 03-25-2010, 12:51 PM
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03 F250 leveling kit wheels pics

Put a Rough Country leveling kit and some new wheels on my dads truck
last weekend. sits a little high in the front. but looks pretty good I think
what do ya think?


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it looks good. Ive been wondering what my truck would look like with blk wheels
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Looking good. Just ordered an icon 4.5'' an hour ago. The next 7day's is gonna suck.
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Guess its not a leveling kit huh. Looks good tho man, nice job
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Put a Rough Country leveling kit and some new wheels on my dads truck
last weekend. sits a little high in the front. but looks pretty good I think
what do ya think?


Nice Truck
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leveling kits seem to only really level F350s because F250's sit close to level to begin with. get him a 350 block and itll sit real level
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leveling kits seem to only really level F350s because F250's sit close to level to begin with. get him a 350 block and itll sit real level
thats what I was thinking
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this is my 350 that has a 2.5 leveling kit on it with 315's. sits level as can be
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thats what want my truck to look like thesmokinstroke02 nice
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thank you . its a sky manufacturing leveling kit. it was a pain in the arse to get on. its the shackle and hanger one. but it looks good i think. the tires rub like none other
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