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I Bought a Used 2012 CCSB 6.7. Does it have a Leveling Kit?

The truck looks close to level, there's No Spacer. So I'm wondering if it has a Leveling Coil. It has the factory 275/65-20's, and a set of load leveling airbags in the rear. Can someone give me a measurement to compare to. I was thinking to the Wheel well.

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Most of the new trucks do not have much rake like the older trucks.....350s obviously will have more.
I know thats not what you asked for in an answer...my250.....2009....was almost level factory.
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I want to say the front of mine was 41.5" or so. Been a while. Maybe someone can chime in. Post a pic of the front coil assembly for the best answer

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If it's got airbags most likely they put taller coil springs on. Mine had a rake when I bought it. I remember seeing fx4 packages that had the snow plow package (Bigger coil springs) at the dealer.

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I installed the bags last week.....Just measured to the middle of the wheel well and it is 41.5"
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I installed the bags last week.....Just measured to the middle of the wheel well and it is 41.5"
Sounds stock to me. That's what mine was

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If you can post a picture. Most trucks that I see that have a leveling kit do not look level to me. Looks like the back end is dragging. I don't know why people like that look but whatever floats their boat...
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I also noticed that there's 4" and a 1" block in the rear, so 5"'s total. Is that stock?

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