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I have a 2011 F-350 SRW and I was wondering what kind of leveling kit should I get, I usually tow horse trailers and don’t want the front end to be up in the air while towing. I wouldn’t mind the rear being a little bit higher while I’m unloaded but I don’t want the front end higher when I’m unloaded. I’m also thinking of getting airbags if you guys have any recommendations. Any information is appreciated!
 

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The first thing I would do is measure the gap in the wheel wells to find out how much you need to get level. Then figure how much "unlevel" you want to be to keep a slight rake. For instance: my truck is 3.25" higher in the rear. So I want to put a 2.5 kit up front. Was getting ready to when all this WuFlu stuff began and have not gotten to it yet. I installed air bags already to help shoulder the load of my toy hauler. And because I can use it to keep the rear from looking like it is dragging once I do level it.
 

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I have a 2011 F-350 SRW and I was wondering what kind of leveling kit should I get, I usually tow horse trailers and don’t want the front end to be up in the air while towing. I wouldn’t mind the rear being a little bit higher while I’m unloaded but I don’t want the front end higher when I’m unloaded. I’m also thinking of getting airbags if you guys have any recommendations. Any information is appreciated!
Just installed the Airlift bags with the bump stop inside, firestone in cab controls and gauge , 3 gallon tank and compressor wired to an upfitter switch. Was able to do it all for under $900. Works awesome! 2" leveling kit should take the stink bug stance away and the bags will keep the ride height nominal during towing.
 
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