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Old 01-01-2012, 11:00 AM
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2" level kit???

Hey all, happy new year. So I am looking to get a level kit in the near future, I am looking for something that will not compromise ride quality for height, not cool! what do you all recommend? Thanks in advance!

Cory
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Old 01-01-2012, 11:23 AM
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I've got 2" pucks under the springs of my 350. Steering does wander a bit more but no need for an adjustable trac bar.
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got the 2" pucks under mine with a 6" lift and it does fine. Only took about 90 mins to do in the drive way too.
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I have a 2.5" leveling kit from Newton Lifts (search them on eBay). Only $250, comes with great instructions as well.

Also, it comes with a set of track bar spacers to re align the front axle under the truck. If you lift the front, the axle will shift to the drivers side.

They also give you options to pick the size of the kit you want, what size front spacers, what size rear blocks etc.

I just installed this with new ball joints, tie rods, new shocks, new tires, sway bar links and dual steering stabilizers. So my ride quality improved dramatically. I do notice a little bit of wandering at high way speeds. But I expected that with the step up to 35" tires. But around town, it drives great.
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