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Leveling kit - Rough Country?

Hey yall im lookin to put a leveling kit into my '99 F250. Mainly looking at the Rough Country leveling kit, looks nice and isn't that expensive. Has anyone had any experience with this kit or has a better option? I plan on putting 35x12.5x17 on it after, they'll be either Toyo MT's or Nitto Trail grapplers. Any advice is appreciated thanks!

'99 F250 7.3l
- 170k miles
- Diamond Eye 5" Exhaust
- Riffraff Air Intake
- Power Hungry Performance Chip
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It'll ride rough just as the name suggests. You're better off doing a hanger/shackle lift to level out the front and maintaining your stock leaf ride quality. Check out Welcome to Precision Metal Fabrication - USA Built suspension systems




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It'll ride rough just as the name suggests. You're better off doing a hanger/shackle lift to level out the front and maintaining your stock leaf ride quality. Check out Welcome to Precision Metal Fabrication - USA Built suspension systems
No B/S to that statement. I had one of their lifts on my truck and I gave the springs away.
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It will definitely ride like a truck. There are a ton of those kits out there and it will work fine, just will ride a stiffer than more expensive kits.
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