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Old 06-08-2010, 04:31 PM
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My 2009 F350 Harley 6" lift (procomp) Front end height question

I bought a 2009 F350 Harley last June and befor I bought it I told them to install a procomp 6" Lift, different 20" rims and 37"x12.5 tires. Now I really love what theyve done to it. But there is one concern I have. The front end seems and definatly is a few inches lower than the back end, I think I measured a 3.5" difference in the rear to front wheel wells. Is there something that can be adjusted to make the truck more level? or is there somthing else I need to buy now thats seperate from the lift kit itself?, I will post a picture of the truck in this post.
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You may want to look into some 2.5 inch coil spacers to help level out the front.
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i agree with the coil spacers. that second pic needs to be closer and have more light.
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those girls make it sit lower in front, send them to me and it will sit better
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Old 06-08-2010, 04:47 PM
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I can send out 1 of them, pink is my gf. But the blue, thats her cousin. all yours buddy.

But coil spacers hey, thanks alot. seems like a cheap addon.

If anyone has any questions to ask me about how the truck rides or handles just hit me up.
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or you could change your rear block to something smaller. What size is on it now?
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why not just lower the rear? how is the rear lifted?
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Old 06-08-2010, 05:13 PM
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The rear has a block from the lift kit. I definatly dont want to remove it.
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The rear has a block from the lift kit. I definatly dont want to remove it.
is it a single block or stacked block? if its a stacked block you could always remove the stock block which is about 2.5"
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Old 06-08-2010, 05:35 PM
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Its a single block on each side, not stacked. Im just going to get the coil spacers for the front.
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