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Old 05-09-2014, 12:05 AM   #1
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Default Wanting to lift my F150..

I have a 2011 F150 with the 5.0 crew cab 6ft bed. I want to lift it and im not sure if im going to go with a 6" or not. My question is can you put a 2" leveling kit and a 4" suspension lift on together?
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I have a 2011 F150 with the 5.0 crew cab 6ft bed. I want to lift it and im not sure if im going to go with a 6" or not. My question is can you put a 2" leveling kit and a 4" suspension lift on together?

I imagine some kits could accept a 2'' spacer, but I would personally go with a kit that is designed to be built for the appropriate height rather than adding additional parts.
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Why would you get a 4in and add a 2in Leveling Kit? Just get a 6in.
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or just a 4" from rancho its essentially both just depends on what struts you want to pair it with
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When I got my 6" procomp put on they said I could not keep my 2.5" leveling kit on. I'm not sure if it differs between lifts but as stated before, I would go with the full kit that is built for a 6" lift.
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Thank you all for the input. The only reason I was wondering about the 2" level and the 4" lift was because it would be cheaper than getting a 6". But I will most likely end up going with the 6.
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