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Old 11-21-2011, 04:11 PM
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Leveling Kits?

I've got an 05 F250 4WD Lariat on the stock 17's right now. This guy I go to college with was admiring my truck (meanwhile Im drooling over his) and he has a 2" leveling kit he was saying. It only cost him $150 and did it DIY. This is the kit:

Ford Leveling Suspension Lift Kit

Im interested in doing it to my truck but have no experience with lifts etc... as far as Ive gone so far I have an exhaust . My main concern is I plow snow in the winters at home and I know lift kits cause issues with plows tripping... would this be the case with leveling too? and if anyone has an 05-07 with a "kit" like this please feel free to add your comment and a photo!


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Old 11-22-2011, 06:01 PM
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It's pretty easy, I just done one on mine. Just get an alignment after.
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Old 11-23-2011, 10:49 AM
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just bought a 06 f350 dually can level the front by cranking on torsion bar?
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No torsion bars because its a solid front axle... that's only possible on trucks with independent front suspension like chevys and half ton trucks
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thanks bro
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