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Old 03-05-2013, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default Need dimensions of 2 inch front level kit spacers

I am going to make my own front leveling kit for my 2008 f150 xlt. I am looking to raise the front 2 inches and need to know:

-How thick the spacer is in order to raise it 2":
-Outter Diameter:
-Inner Diameter:
And if possible how the bolts pass through the spacer that attach the shock back to the truck, not the bolts that are on the shock and attach to the spacer.

I appreciate the help!

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Don't know the dimensions but I could take photos of a 2" one for ya... Why go through the trouble.. Just buy one...
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Ok I found out that for 2 inches of lift I need the thickness to be 1.250. All i need now is the inner diameter and the outer diameter and bolt hole cirlce diameter. If your pictures have a tape measure showing the outer and inner diamter then that is great. I can make this in about an hour and have CNC's at my disposal, there is not need for me to buy a kit when I can make it for free as well.
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Ok I found out that for 2 inches of lift I need the thickness to be 1.250. All i need now is the inner diameter and the outer diameter and bolt hole cirlce diameter. If your pictures have a tape measure showing the outer and inner diamter then that is great. I can make this in about an hour and have CNC's at my disposal, there is not need for me to buy a kit when I can make it for free as well.
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That is awesome! Thank you so much!
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That is awesome! Thank you so much!
Did I get the angles you were looking for?
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Yeah I will be able to make it happen with that. I think you went from he outside of the weld bead for the I.d. dimension but the through hole is mainly for clearance on top of the strut, so if I go .250 bigger than what you have measured I will be good. And I can more accurately measure the bolt circle diameter off my truck. All in all I have the information needed to make my own now. Thank you again. I will post pics when all is completed and installed.
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I am in need of more information. Can you take some pictures with measurements going from the center of one bolt to the center of another. 1 measurement needed and it should be the largest. If you measure from center to center of the three bolts(3 measurements) the number i am looking for you will have gotten twice.* I can not get a good enough measurement with the assembly assembled on the truck. The bolt that is farther away from the outside of the truck(hidden) is on a larger bolt circle diameter than the two that are more toward the outside(in plain view).

Hope that was not confusing. let me know if i need to re-explain.


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