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levelking kit sale!

Ok guys i have got numerous requests for a leveling kit sale... Talked to my distributors and here is what we got...

05-12 4wd Kit: $150.00 shipped (anywhere in the lower 48 states)

Procomp Coil Spacers
Part Number: EXP62245

Level Lift Coil Spacer
Max. Lift 2.5 in.
Max Tire Size:35 inches

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99.5-04 4wd Kit: $189.95 shipped (anywhere in the lower 48 states)

Part Number: EXP52482B
Pro Comp Hanger kit
Spring Hanger Kit
For Use With OEM Springs
Incl. Spring Hangers/Shackles/Long Sway Bar Links

if your looking for a diff brand jor some wheels and tires for your leveling kit let me know...

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Anything for the 13 model? Or will the 08-12 work?

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Do you offer anything for the e99s?
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Ok. Thanks for the information. Never researched leveling kits, I'll do my homework. Thanks again.

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the 08-12 will work

and as far as coil spacers go if their were that many failures with them you would hear about it and they would be illegal... fact is that every suspension manufacturer makes a coil spacer....

are their better kits out their? yes but not everyone can afford a 400+ dollar leveling kit...


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Icon makes a 1" spacer... Carli doesn't make a spacer... Does King make a coil spacer?

IMO if you can't afford $1-2K for a suspension leveling kit, you shouldn't be driving a $40-60K truck.
I have NEVER seen a spacer for a leveling kit fail... not saying it doesnt happen but ive never seen it. i think those that are budget conscious a decent leveling kit is a great option to have..... You say that if you can afford to drive a 40-60k truck you should be able to afford a 1-2k lift...and while i agree i also disagree.. when you can purchase a kit for 200 dollars that will do the same thing as that 2k kit and be just as safe and customers just as happy... so really while we should be able to afford the expensive kit doesnt mean we should have to buy it if something for a better price does just as well....

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I have NEVER seen a spacer for a leveling kit fail... not saying it doesnt happen but ive never seen it. i think those that are budget conscious a decent leveling kit is a great option to have..... You say that if you can afford to drive a 40-60k truck you should be able to afford a 1-2k lift...and while i agree i also disagree.. when you can purchase a kit for 200 dollars that will do the same thing as that 2k kit and be just as safe and customers just as happy... so really while we should be able to afford the expensive kit doesnt mean we should have to buy it if something for a better price does just as well....
2 words "Death wobble"

An actual leveling kit and pucks do not do the same thing. A good Kit will address steering components effected by the lift, as well as increase travel while maintaining a stock ride. Pucks do not do that.

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That's crap. Death wobble can be caused by so many things that it isn't even something to use in your argument. I've had it with stock everything, caused by a tire that just threw a weight. Coil spacers if properly installed almost never fail, coil spacer and lift blocks on a leaf set-up are two different things. Yes I think lift blocks are dangerous and who ever puts them in is an idiot for doin it but that is separating your axel from what it depends on to keep it in place. Coil setups have control arm to keep them in place there for the coils don't see the strain like the leafs do from the pucks/blocks. If you have a 40 or 50k truck and you want to go the cheap route with your levelling kit than so be it, your choice but its not your place to come on here tell someone how to spend their money.
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I thinks thats about enough trash talking about leveling kits on my forum.... BIG Laing if you dont like cheap leveling kits then so be.. i have prob sold thousands of these kits in the last 7 years i have been in business and have never had an issue.. heck i even have the procomp coil spacers on my own truck.

so BIG Laing if you have a problem with them please start your own thread....

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No offence to the OP.

Fellow .ORG members do your self a huge favor now, and do not waste your time, money, or safety with coil spacers.

IamRP3 You have a $60K truck, why would you put something so cheap under it?

IMO coil pucks/spacers/brackets should be illegal just like front blocks under leaf sprung front end trucks.

I good leveling kit comes with new coils, shims, adjustable trac bar / trac bar bracket, and new shocks.
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2 words "Death wobble"

An actual leveling kit and pucks do not do the same thing. A good Kit will address steering components effected by the lift, as well as increase travel while maintaining a stock ride. Pucks do not do that.
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I am spreading the word to my fellow owners that a real leveling kit is a better choice...

Have you ever driven a Carli or Icon equipped truck?
Sorry Raul I hope you dont mind me stepping in here.

Big Laing, you clearly know nothing about lift kits or leveling kits. There is nothing wrong with coil spacer blocks, infact they work better that a true leveling kit. There is no need what so ever for you to step into a Vendors forum page and $hit talk there product! Coil spacers are a bang for your buck leveling kit. There is no death wobble if done properly! And for you to come in here and promote another product is a dick move! Stealth has been in buisness far longer than you have been on the forum. Maybe you need to do some research on coil blocks!

Raul again I apologize for stepping in but that just pissed me off!
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