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post #41 of 50 Old 12-14-2018, 05:20 PM
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Hogbody, I like the Toyo AT2s as well. They are getting lots of support on this site. If I am get them cheap enough I will get them. The Kumhos just had such an atractive price... of course what is cheap up front may not be cheap down the road.....

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Finally got my TPMSs in the mail... put the tires on today, only to find out my Ball joints are bad. Oh well. The tires are nice!!! Rode real smooth and make hardly any noise. Waaaaayyyy better then the Milestar Patagonia’s that we’re on the truck. They were baby butt bald.

My truck is bone stock. No rubbing. There are 35x12x20.

New Kumhos are great....
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Love the look of the 295/60/20 Toyo's on my leveled truck. They handle well and are quiet for a big tire.
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Iím thinking of doing the same thing, but I think the dually sits lower and more level stock, so it would be nose high loaded. I already get flashed by people thinking I have high beams on
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Did anyone notice a mileage change after a levelling kit was installed?
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Finally got my TPMSs in the mail... put the tires on today, only to find out my Ball joints are bad. Oh well. The tires are nice!!! Rode real smooth and make hardly any noise. Waaaaayyyy better then the Milestar Patagoniaís that weíre on the truck. They were baby butt bald.

My truck is bone stock. No rubbing. There are 35x12x20.

New Kumhos are great....
Truck looks great for stock
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Did anyone notice a mileage change after a levelling kit was installed?
I haven't installed a leveling kit but my mileage changes daily.


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I going to run my stock till they are bare, then move up to 295's. Your truck looks great.
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Looks great! I'm currently in the process of leveling my F-350 although i cant sell myself on buying spacers (although after i read your post it definitely boosts my confidence in going with them!). I noticed Rough Country sells 1.5" springs, which is what i plan on going with. Being that this would be my first endeavor in truck leveling a few red flags came up: First, I noticed Rough Country is the only manufacturer that sells this "spring only" leveling kit, everyone else sells spacers or pricey full kits with leaf packs, adj. trackbars, etc. which poses questions of reliability in that regards. Second, if i were to go with these springs would i need to upgrade shocks, bracket extensions, etc? Being that its only a 1.5" front lift im hoping it will be a simple spring swap and call it a day. What's your thoughts on a simple "spring only" kit over spacers?


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I read a few reviews that had negative comments on the ride quality with those springs aka they don't call them Rough Country for nothing comments. Although, I've never owned them so I can't say whether it's true or not. My truck rides pretty nice with the the pucks, Bilstein's & new tires. I also added Airlift 5000XL bags to level the truck while towing, 5 psi empty & 30 psi towing.

As a follow-up I've towed my camper twice now, almost 500 miles & I'm happy. Eventually I may get around to installing front caster cams & relocating or replacing the track bar but for now it's working out great as is.
Not sure if I'm doing this correctly but, I'm curious why you are considering installing the caster cams and making a track bar adjustment if it's been great. When I read your first post I felt relieved that all that other stuff wasn't necessary for a 2" lift, but now you're saying you would make those additional mods in the future.
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Looks good !
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