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Old 10-25-2010, 12:50 PM
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Feedback on this lift??

any one have any experience with this??

1999 - 2004 F250/F350 TRUCKS 4x4 - MASTER LEVELING KIT

I dont want a ton of height just want to get my 33"s to run without rubbing. I am going to need new shocks soon as it is and I dont want to do blocks on my suspension.

This seemed like a good deal and a good price. Any comments or feedback or advice??
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Old 10-25-2010, 12:59 PM
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it basically uses a min spring pack in the front to lift it up... i guess its an ovarall good kit even though i have never heard of them before... seems a lil on the pricey side though...
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Old 10-25-2010, 01:01 PM
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you have a comparable kit that you would suggest?? I kinda want a little more then just a leveling kit but not getting into all the other things that have to be done once going up too high

maybe worth just getting a 4" lift??

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for a leveling kit i suggest a hanger kit. for a good leveling hanger kit i suggest this: 2" Shackle Leveling Kit

but if you want more than a leveling kit you can go with a 3.5" fabtech hanger kit... now that would be more expensive then the kit you showed but is far better...;4wd superduty 3.5 in. Spring Hanger System with Performance Shocks
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this is what my old truck looked like with that fabtech kit... i was running 35's:

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when it says with performance shocks which shocks are included??
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Old 10-25-2010, 01:16 PM
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when it says with performance shocks which shocks are included??
just the regular white fabtech ones...

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just the regular white fabtech ones...

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thanks!! Would you say it maybe worth it to just spend the couple hundred extra and get a full 4" kit?? or better to just do the kit you posted??
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Old 10-25-2010, 01:38 PM
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honestly your better off saving and get a full 4" kit... in me experience if your debating between 2 size lifts always go with the higher one...
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ok good info!! anything specific to look for or what would be the best bang for buck?? I do a little off roading but not much mostly just road driving.

Id rather get something that costs a little more and get good quality and something that will last then to save a couple bucks and and not be happy with it.
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