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post #1 of 4 Old 02-20-2008, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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Help!! about a leveling kit???

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Iím thinking about putting a leveling kit, on my 02í F-250 Crew Cab 4X4, and I have been shopping around and really havenít found what Iím looking for.. (price wise). If any one knows a good leveling kit for the money let me know!! Also I donít want the front higher than the back so how can I avoid that?? Thanks a lot guys learning a lot from this GREAT site!!!
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what year truck do you have? do you want to go an add a leaf, full spring pack, or a hanger kit?
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I have a 2002 F-250. I really don't know which one I want, maybe you could tell me a little more about all three of them?? Sort of new to all of this, thatís why I joined the site to do research.. Could I go with a full spring pack??? Which one is the best for my year and which one doesn't affect the ride and handling while I'm driving.. Thanks a lot!! Hope I didn't ask too many questions. Thanks again!!
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Do not go higher than 2". I put 2" on the front of my 350 and it is perfect. If it were any higher, with a small load, the front would be sitting higher than the rear.

2000 F350 Crewcab 4x4 7.3l with AFE stage II, MBRP 4" turbo back, Turbonetics "Quick spool" turbo with .84 housing, DP Tuner chip, 80 tow,80 econo, 120 race.
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