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Old 06-01-2011, 01:56 PM
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What size coil spring leveling kit are you running?

What size coil spring leveling kit are you running? Just ordered a 2.5" kit and I was just wondering what size yall are running to level it. I prolly just have gone with a 2", but oh well. I feel like im going to be riding higher in the front. Cant seem to find my tape measure right now to measure it.
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Old 06-01-2011, 07:42 PM
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it depends on f350 vs f250. I belive the front coils are the same height but the rear blocks are 1-1.5" bigger on an f350 than the f250, long story short, i put the 2.5" on my f350 and it still sat a little stink-bugged. (*** high.) I would guess that the f250's are close to perfect. My procomp comp kit also came with a 1/2 rubber spacer ring to make the 2.5", the spacers were only 2" by themselves.

ps, my 2" metal coil spacer kit is up for sale if any one needs one. I dont have the 1/2 spacer though. pm me

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