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To level or not to level, that is the question????

I can't decide if I want to do a level kit on my super duty or not........

Give me some opinions guys.
 

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Yes. People say it sags more when you tow heavy though.
 

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Why would it sag more? It doesnt sag more, its just more noticable becuase the front of the truck is sitting higher than stock. If your going to tow on a regular bases, or the squat under a load bothers you that much, throw some bags in the rear, should help out nicely.

I love my truck leveled. I threw some one ton blocks in the rear, and a 2.5" kit in the front. Sits about 1/4" lower in the rear now. Cant even tell, honestly.

See if this picture works...

 

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Thats leveled and towing heavy.

 

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With out a trailer.
 

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PSD-BLACK-CLOUD i never realized his badass your truck was. I have never seen past your avatar. Nice ridr :ford:
 

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Level it you wont regret it.
 

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Ok, ya'll talked me into it, which kit in ya'lls opinion is the best one to go with??
 

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I have a ready lift. Its is cheap and efective.
 

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Yea I priced the ready lift 2.5 leveler with the track bar kit, its nearly 500 bucks...
 

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I have the Rize kit, "cheap and effective".

Look up topgunzcustoms.com Tons of leveling options, and a big owners gallery too.
 
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