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Old 11-17-2008, 04:50 PM   #1
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We are now offering 1"-2" adjustable shackle kits for the 2004-2008 F150s. http://www.roughcountry.com/lowering...4-08_f150.html
We are offering these as well as our front leveling kits and our 6" suspension kits.

Just give us a call and ask for Dustin @ ext. 110.
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I've been checking out your site and you have the cheapest leveling kit of all the ones that I've found. Is it a good kit?? A guy from work and I are going to install it instead of paying some shop $80 an hour to do it.

Since you're into suspension, I'm sure you can answer some of my questions.
I have a 2007 F150 SuperCrew 2WD and I'm wanting to make my truck sit higher without forking out $1500 for a lift kit. I'm wanting to put a leveling kit on with 20" wheels and 33" tires and I'm wanting to do a 3" body lift.

What are you thoughts??
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With just our leveling kit you will be able to run 33" tires on the 20" wheels. If you add a 3" body lift I would recommend much larger tires, however, you would need to do some measuring to see what would fit.
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Thanks Dustin!!! My Pirelli's still have a good amount of tread left on them so I'll prolly be looking to do everything when they wear out in about a few months.
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