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Old 03-29-2012, 04:13 PM
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Custom Diesel Leveling Kit?

Just wondering if anyone has had experience with it? Does anyone have one or installed one? The egr delete i couldnt been more please with the quality and fitment from them and was wanting to purchase a leveling kit for my 03 and its just $99. Just was wanting some feedback. Thanks.
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Old 03-29-2012, 04:17 PM
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I have it an it is just fine. Everything fit as it should and you can't beat it for $99. I have a 250 so the front did sit a little higher so I made my own half inch block spacer for the back and it leveled right out.
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Old 03-29-2012, 05:22 PM
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Thanks for the help, will be placing an order soon.
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yeah but what about the track bar and pitman arm ???
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:30 PM
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I had no problems with either, tracks fine, steering doesn't bind at all. I have never measured it on my truck but the tires look the same on each side. Only time the track bar length gets thought about is when I stare at it and think to hard and the 6.0 owner paranoia begins to show.

An adjustable track bar would never be a bad idea. You could then get it aligned perfect. I want to cut mine up and make one one of these days but I haven't yet. I don't think I would be able to line it up without putting it on an alignment rack though and it is definitely not enough of an issue which I would consider paying to get it aligned.
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[QUOTE=ars5147;3001842]I had no problems with either, tracks fine, steering doesn't bind at all. I have never measured it on my truck but the tires look the same on each side. Only time the track bar length gets thought about is when I stare at it and think to hard and the 6.0 owner paranoia begins to show.

you have that problem too glad im not the only one... well its cheaper than the tuff country and has less parts too so i think il give it a shot thanks
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:55 PM
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I have had it on my truck about 10,000 miles and no problems. Been since the heat wave last summer in PA. I remember putting it on when it was 100F like it was yesterday. I'd recommend getting someone to help you.
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so where in weatern pa theres hardly anyone in my area im on route 30 baout 45min west of gettysburg and help is not a option its me and me alone anymore the wife likes to hop in and say that dont look right and then runs off but yeah ive done this before but it was a ttb front end on a 84 ford thier a pain and need welded
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Westmoreland County, near New Kensington. Probably a little more than 150 miles from Gettysburg.
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