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Old 06-13-2011, 07:39 PM
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Anyone just going with a leveling kit?

Im lookin at just putting a leveling kit in the front and leaving the back alone. Im not much for a lift and really prefer the leveled look. Anyone out there just running a leveling kit?
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Old 06-13-2011, 08:57 PM
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Many guys with F350s only do the leveling kit in the front. They already have a taller block in the rear than the 250s. With most of the leveling kits on the market you may not like the stance if you have a 250 and only level the front. Especially if you load the rear end up much. I have a leveling kit ready to go for my 08 F250 and i will be raising the rear also.
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Old 06-13-2011, 09:21 PM
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thanks for the info man. What are you plannin on doing to your rear end and how much is it going cost you, if you dont mind sharing?
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on a F250 if you dont raise the rear, than the truck will sit high in the front by about 1.5 inches. On a F350 it will sit perfectly level. If you have a F250 I would just look for a set of stock used F350 blocks in the for sale section or hit up your local junk yard for a wrecked F350. That would be the cheapest way to do the rear end.
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I have the Ready Lift Leveling kit. Like the way it looks so much better. I put it on myself in the garage. Was easy to do. Very simple kit.
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Old 06-14-2011, 01:24 PM
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I have the Ready Lift Leveling kit. Like the way it looks so much better. I put it on myself in the garage. Was easy to do. Very simple kit.
you got any pics? you got a block in the back also or just the leveling kit?
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Old 06-14-2011, 01:26 PM
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on a F250 if you dont raise the rear, than the truck will sit high in the front by about 1.5 inches. On a F350 it will sit perfectly level. If you have a F250 I would just look for a set of stock used F350 blocks in the for sale section or hit up your local junk yard for a wrecked F350. That would be the cheapest way to do the rear end.
thanks for the info man. so what your saying is the best way for me to go would be the leveling kit along with a 1.5 inch block in the back to level it out?
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Old 06-14-2011, 06:42 PM
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your 250 has a 2 inch block in it already, and a F350 has a 4 inch block. You can add a 2 inch block to the rear or just find a used take off F350 block and you will be set.
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Old 06-14-2011, 08:28 PM
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you got any pics? you got a block in the back also or just the leveling kit?
Unfortunately I don't have any on this computer and sitting in Northern Iraq currently has me way to far away to get any at the moment. I will see if my son can get some and send them to me. 9 hour time difference makes it hard to get a hold of the guy though. And just leveled no block.
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Mine is in my sit. 2.5" in front and replaced the 2" stock block with a 4" block.
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