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Old Yesterday, 02:43 PM   #1
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Picked up a '15 F150 Supercrew XLT/FX4 and I would like to level it in the front. I'm having trouble finding choices......Please Help!

No lift just level as its a daily driver.

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i believe 1.5" will make you sit level. as far as brand i'd go with Autospring. ive heard nothing but good things about them which is why i bought a 2.5" kit from them for my 213 FX4.
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Thanks, Autospring looks like quality stuff. I like the steel instead of the AL spacers.....(says the man that just bought an ALUMINUM body truck LOL).
Looks like an easy install also.
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haha aluminum is very strong, but for suspension i much rather prefer steel. install was very easy for mine. the only issue being getting the strut back in place with the added space on it. you should have a much easier time getting it in there since its only 1.5" and you can also hammer out the lower mounting bolts for more clearance to get them in easier.
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