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2005 F250 CC has leveling kit in front and sits to high (higher than the Back even empty) what recomendations if any do ya got
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post #2 of 8 Old 11-01-2012, 04:41 AM
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Does the rear have any type of level? Blocks, add a lead, etc. if not then you'll probably need something to space it. What it the difference in height from the ground to the middle of the wheel wells?


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It sits a 1 1/4" low in the back, No blocks, I got Bags on it should it be ok to have them at @45 PSI all the time to level truck without causing damage to anything truck,bags ect.
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I put a Rancho 2 1/2" coil spring level kit on my 05 F-350 and it sat higher in front like yours. I run around 25 psi in my bags to keep it level. 45 psi shouldn't hurt anything.

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Thanks for the help i was hoping i wasn't the only one out there with this issue
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I was thinking about getting new springs for the rear or just go with a add a leafs. But I'm worried about the ride comfort. I adjust the bag psi when empty for comfort on the highway.

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