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Leveling kit price

I am ready to start shopping for a leveling kit. 2.5"-3" preferably, I am going to get a new set of 33"x11.50"x16" tires when I get the lift to put on my stock wheels. I want to be able to run 35" tires with new wheels later down the road is why I want a lift that will fit 35" tires but won't look stupid with 33" tires for the time being.

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So I would like a price on a kit that will fit my needs.

Price on lift?
Price on trac bar or relocation bracket?
Price on pitman arm, if needed?
Will longer sway bar links be needed?
Price on Bilsteins/Icon shocks....I want a smoother ride!
And a price on dual steering stabilizer.

I want to stay away from add a leafs, unless you recommend something. I think I would rather go with a hanger system though.

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top gun costoms has a 2in add a leaf for 75 bucks

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Well I would rather not do add a leafs. I think I want to go with a hanger kit. Top gun customz makes a 3" that I like, but I have some questions about it...tried calling but it has been busy.

If any other vendors can quote me some prices?

I have received a quote on (4) Bilteins, adjustable sway bar, hanger, no blocks, sway bar drop links...but it is a little too high for me when I can get a ICON 4.5" lift for about a hundred more.

Please vendors step up with a quote...I am ready to spend some money
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I am ready to start shopping for a leveling kit. 2.5"-3" preferably, I am going to get a new set of 33"x11.50"x16" tires when I get the lift to put on my stock wheels. I want to be able to run 35" tires with new wheels later down the road is why I want a lift that will fit 35" tires but won't look stupid with 33" tires for the time being.

Ford F250
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So I would like a price on a kit that will fit my needs.

Price on lift?3" shackle/hanger kit- $299
Price on trac bar or relocation bracket?$125 combo for pitman arm and track bar bracket (must be used together). Adjustable track bar runs $175
Price on pitman arm, if needed?
Will longer sway bar links be needed?Not a must but a good idea, $95 per pair or $150 for set of 4
Price on Bilsteins/Icon shocks....I want a smoother ride!dont carry, sorry
And a price on dual steering stabilizer.dont carry sorry

I want to stay away from add a leafs, unless you recommend something. I think I would rather go with a hanger system though.

Thanks!
Please see above!! If you have any questions, just let me know!

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Please see above!! If you have any questions, just let me know!
Thank you sir, I'll keep all this in mind! just need to do some thinking
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So I can get away without sway bar drop links? What are the side affects? I just replaced all my bushings lol
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Without drop links the springs will just about touch the swaybar...not a good idea.

Problem with some drop track bar brackets and Pitman arms is their not made for a specific lift..a one size fits all so make sure its correct for a 3". For a 3" lift all thats needed is the adj track bar.
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So I can get away without sway bar drop links? What are the side affects? I just replaced all my bushings lol
The correct length sway bar links will ensure the best possible performance aswell as preventing it from making contact with the leaf pack. Could you get by with your current links, yes you would probably be just fine with them.

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All else fails..cut your links and just make them longer with some tubing and weld..costs next to nothing.
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