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Old 05-10-2010, 03:17 PM
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2005 Harley Davidson F350 Level kit Q

Hey guys, first post for me, hoping to get a bit of help. I tried searching but couldn't find a definitive answer. I've got a 2005 Harley edition F350 that I want to put 35 toyo MTs on. I know I need a level kit to do this. Which is the best brand (not worried about cost to a point) and do I need blocks for the back. I just want the truck to sit level and clear the 35s, not looking for a big lift. Do I need to add anything else with the level kit, anything else I should do besides an alignment? thanks, Tyler
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nothing in the back itll clear them fine
and for a leveling ket get ahold of trucktoyz on here he'll help you out witht that least youll pay for a kit is like 100 on ebay the most id say around 500 but with the higher the price the better quality obviously lol
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My f250 Harley had 35's on it when I bought it with no level kit. Just put a 2.5 kit on it, the thread is in this section.
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Old 05-24-2010, 09:23 AM
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Thanks for the help guys, thinking of going with this set up, can you think of anything else I'll need? Will the truck sit level with this setup?
Icon Vehicle Dynamics 2005-2010 FSD F350 2.5 inch Leveling System - Truck Toyz Store
Icon Vehicle Dynamics 2005-2011 FSD Adjustable Pan Rod - Truck Toyz Store
Icon Vehicle Dynamics 2005-2008 FSD Dual Steering Stabilizer Bracket Kit - Truck Toyz Store
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That is a great combination. Your F350 will sit nice an level with your stock blocks. Going with the 4" rear block option would only increase your rear height .375" so I do not believe the expense would be justified.

Let me know if you have any further questions. Thanks
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TruckToyz has treated me great and has EXCELLENT customer service! Those items you have linked are almost exactly the setup I have and it sits perfect with the F350 blocks in the back.

PS. I'm only running 33's, though...
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Yep, ordered the items from Trucktoyz yesterday, can't wait to get them on. Thanks for the input guys.
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Congrats, Tyler. Take some pics after you get your goodies installed.

I still need to get some pics loaded...
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