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Old 12-28-2013, 03:09 AM
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2014 F-350 SRW Leveling Kit

Need some help here. Im a new Ford Super Duty owner and Im debating on what would be my best option. I want to put a leveling kit on my truck, but I also would like it to have a slight rake because of pulling my boat. I'm wanting to put a set of 295/65/20 on the factory rims.

Ive always had 2500HD trucks in the past, so I know a 2.5"/1" set-up is perfect for them. I've looked at the Readylift SST kit (part # 69-2511TP). I am sorta worried about the 5" block in the rear. My F-350 has a 3.5" factory block, from what Ive gathered from reading on the internet, that kit is designed for a F-250/F-350 with the 2" factory blocks. My main concern is the tail sitting to high. It would give it a 2.5"/1.5" height increase. Should I look at just the front end with a 2.5" kit and order 1" blocks for the rear from Icon?

Has anyone used this set-up of have something different?

Thanks for your help..

Clifton aka WhitetailHunter76
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Old 12-28-2013, 09:31 AM
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I had the same issue when I leveled my truck. I started with the same kit that you are thinking but wasn't happy with the tail high stance that it had when I was done so I went back and ordered the 1" kit with the drop brackets so now I have 3.5" in front with 5" block in the rear. Truck sits level now. I added Rancho RS9000 shocks as well. Have been very happy with the kit.
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Old 12-29-2013, 02:19 PM
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You could always run one of the 2.5" Carli systems but keep your F350 block as opposed to using an F250 block. That should give you a rake around 1.5-2" like factory.
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