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post #1 of 6 Old 03-11-2008, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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02/99 level

Hey guys
just purchased a 02/99 350 powerstroke CC 4x4 and was wondering the best way(keeping the cost reasonable) was to level out the front end and run 33's for tires. Would simply having a spring added in the front accomplish this.

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i would search the 99-03 forums (maybe even "titles only")for leveling kit.. welcome aboard.

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Im pretty sure you can run 33's on there already, or maybe 32.5. But you can get a 2.5 in leveling kit for 250 bucks. Then you can squeeze 35's in there

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i put f550 front springs in my truck and it leveled it out great and the ride is perfect and the local junkyard and them for 85 bucks each just make sure you get the 2800 or 3000 lb rating springs

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dual 5 inch miter cut edelbrock triple shock complete pioneer tremor sound system custom kow pusher f550 front springs 265 75 16 tires stage 2 injectors less then 5000 miles **** the bed now going to brand new stage 3 fuel return regulator wastegate delete diy intake
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i put f550 front springs in my truck and it leveled it out great and the ride is perfect and the local junkyard and them for 85 bucks each just make sure you get the 2800 or 3000 lb rating springs
you didn't have to change anything with the track bar or the shocks?
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nope i did not have to change anything

early 99 f350 Dually
Glow shift triple piller gauge Boost Pyro Trans
dual 5 inch miter cut edelbrock triple shock complete pioneer tremor sound system custom kow pusher f550 front springs 265 75 16 tires stage 2 injectors less then 5000 miles **** the bed now going to brand new stage 3 fuel return regulator wastegate delete diy intake
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