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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-30-2013, 04:31 AM Thread Starter
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wtb leveling kit

Looking for a leveling kit for 99 f350 4wd tax moneys burning a hole before I even get it

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Re: wtb leveling kit

call any boneyard, and ask specifically for a X code front spring, for a 99-04 ford superduty.

cost you $50-150ish

lift you 2 inches on the front, ride better, and your front end will feel much more stable.

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Re: wtb leveling kit

Running BDS leveling kit on my F350. Thing sits within a 1/2" of the factory rear blocks (actually lifted the front around 5"). Rides slightly better than the factory V-codes. Clears 35's. I opted to use an adjustable Zone trac-bar with the BDS relocation bracket to perfectly center the axle. No complaints, and the BDS warranty is hard to argue with.

Just voicing another option for you.

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Re: wtb leveling kit

whats the diff from v code to x code??

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Re: wtb leveling kit

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whats the diff from v code to x code??
X codes came on f450 and f550 stock so they are rated at more weight so they lift the front of the truck around 2 inches.
I would go with x codes or a mini spring pack.

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Re: wtb leveling kit

X codes 6000lbs, V codes 5200 so will be just a little stiffer.

Depending on the amount of lift you want the best riding kits will be either hanger kits or a mini spring pack..limited to 2.5"
Hangers for a level kit 2-3"
Mini spring packs can reuse stock length shocks, hangers need longer.
Both kits require a adj track bar to recenter your axle.

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