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Old 12-16-2010, 08:25 AM
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trail master leveling kit

Some of you may not be aware that trail master has been making leveling kits since 1979. Our current catalog has kits available for Ford trucks from 1980 through 2011. Our latest kit is part number FL223 for the Ford Superduty F-250/F-350 years 2008 through 2011. This kit sells for $149.99



We manufacture this kit in Chino Valley, Az. As you can see the kit includes CNC machined billet spacers (not polyurethane), shock relocation brackets, brake line relocation brackets, and mounting hardware. We classify this kit as a 2" leveling kit (actually raises front end about 2 1/4") and will accommodate 35" tires on stock rims.

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Old 12-16-2010, 08:38 AM
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Does TM make a drop bracket for the trac bar on the front of the 05-07 trucks, for a 2.5" leveling kit?
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Does TM make a drop bracket for the trac bar on the front of the 05-07 trucks, for a 2.5" leveling kit?
We don't, but that's not to say we can't. I do know that on our 6" kit we have a drop bracket for the trac bar, and it was really important that it matched the new pitman arm or bump steer was an issue (I'm not a very technical person).

If you're interested in talking with one of our engineers about this item the best person for you to speak with is Chris Faustmann, PM me and I'll give you Chris' cell number. Since Chris is an R&D engineer he spends ALOT of his time between departments.

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whats the price for a 2001,and whats it include.
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whats the price for a 2001,and whats it include.
The kit for the 2001 is our F2507 and F2507SSV (with shocks, we recommend the kit with shocks but recognize that some folks want different shocks). The kit is pictured below.

This kit with shocks runs $329.99 and $189.99 without shocks.

Thanks for asking!

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