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2006 f250 leveling kit no insulators

I orderd a 2 inch on top of coil spacers they came with no insulators that go on the top of the spacers can you still install with out or no. An if no why not thanks guys
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anyone have any in put on this post...
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You put the rubber below the spacer. You don't want to go metal spacer straight to spring. It will creek like hell. Springs twist when they compress and you need a place for it to do that at.
That's my take on it.


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yes I have the factory rubber that goes on the top of the spring witch comes together with the bottom of the 2inch spacer. im talking about this very hard plastic donut looking pice they are showing in some of the spacers kits that mount on the top part of the 2inch spacer do I have use them or can I go with out using them
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I have not had mine out but if it's like a thin sleeve that rides against the area the rubber seats at I would guess it's for allowing the spring to twist.

Try looking up: installing 2" leveling kit on you tube I bet you someone has it posted up and you can see how it's installed.
Just remember the springs twist or rotate under compression. I'm assuming that is in there for that ??


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the donuts that come with the spacers. in this picture
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I no they go on the top part of the spacer with rubs up on the frame do u have u se them or not bc my kit dident come with them
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bump so maye I can install these things to day
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I can look at my truck today when I get home and see if those are on mine. Be another 3-4 hours yet. I will ask a friend about them he has had everything apart once.


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I txlked with the guy who also installed 2" leveling spacers and he did put rubber rings between the metal spacer and seat on truck. I would think anything would work. Get some thin rubber trace and cut. Then toss ontop and put it in truck.


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